Hong Qiao State Guest Hotel
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... one said "of course the hotel manager has a key to the ATM". Coulda said that half an hour ago!
So my story ends happily – I borrowed some money from Pingping, and the ATM will have to eat elsewhere.
Food report – pig intestine tastes as bad as it ...
... was nicer than mine at home. There is also Wi-Fi at the hospital. It seems I will be able to just show up in China and ease right back into my transfusion routine after all.
We concluded the tour and went back to the first floor. The finance department informed me there was a twelve hundred RMB charge for my visit today. I probably turned five shades of white as I felt all the blood leave my body. I quickly did the math and realized that was ...
... is a small museum showing the history and environment project of Su Zhou river. This river used to be crystal clear. From 1920s, with the development of the industry, the factories built up along the river, as well as increase of population along the river, it had become polluted. By 1980s, the whole river was so polluted it was black and stinky. After a long period of effort and 14 billions of RMB, it is ...
Last night I had my first experience of teppanyaki with Louise, Lavi, Sylvia, Jae, Ingrid, Kevin, and a lovely Finnish couple whose names I've forgotten :/
It was all you can eat/drink for 200 yuan, which I think is about £21 at the moment. So we arrived, sat down and ordered saki, beer, cola, and pretty much everything ...
After our travelling about, Jonny came back to Shanghai for a few days before heading back home.
I've been writing too much lately so here is the short version of what we did:-
Visited Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Centre – overly large (in my opinion!) building containing a history of and a projection of the city of Shanghai’s urban development. ...