Hengsheng Peninsula International Hotel
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Beautiful, comfortable and very enjoyable. I recommend it!
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... us both drinks and then asked us if we wanted any food etc., but we had to say no at some point. I can only assume he had a lot of money and knew how it felt to be a traveller on a budget. It was nearing 21.30 so we made our way to where our friend Lei was staying. The next day we moved to a hostel a few metro stops away and settled in quickly. I met Tomas, a Polish guy and an arrogant French/Chinese guy who was very rude to Lei and threw ...
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... headed off in a taxi to our next adventure. When we got to the place they recommended it turned out not to be vegetarian, but it was a restaurant established in the 1800's. Since we had Chang with us, we decided to stay and order some food. I ordered shrimp and Monu ordered a chicken dish. Both Chang and Dawit ordered veggies. This restaurant did not understand making rice without egg or meat so it was our first meal without rice since ...
... s magazine called "Sesame"- I photographed the cover for you Bessie! :)
Once we'd made our purchases we discovered a book called "Chinglish" which had lots of versions of signs which have been rather badly translated. We may have to buy a copy to bring home with us! :D
Because we were so close to People's Square, we returned to Babela's and had another tasty, cheap dinner where using a knife and fork are normal, and where the pizzas were ...
... place in my heart. :) We sit back, enjoy the music, and end the night, drizzly and tired.
ENTRY BY: Rooster
Yes yes. It's goodbye for now, Shanghai, as we need to make a visa run to renew our visas. It's also a great excuse to travel a bit for the holidays since Westerners leave the city until about Jan 8th and then China will basically shut down from Feb 10-24 for the lunar New ...