Hong Qiao State Guest Hotel
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... to the main event in Cardiff but we enjoyed all the same. The French Quarter in particular is very cool, in fact one of the highlights of China as a whole. Loads of creative boutique type places and people pottering around the place. We could definitely live there! The strolls in the garden and park were also a really nice calm break from the "looky lookies". Shanghai was really growing on us. Anyway on to the rugby, with a long conversation with Jeremy/Mags back ...
... a crowd quickly gathered to listen to him. This gave us the opportunity to slip away quietly without being too rude! Onwards to the Shanghai Museum with 4 floors of exhibits ranging from porcelain to calligraphy, coins, jade, furniture, costumes, and bronze to name a few. Some guide books may tell you that it takes approximately 3 hours to view this properly. So much to see and so little time so the Laves-Wise touring group took care of that museum in about an hour! Next to ...
... 8220;noodle dance” as well as the interesting array of foods one can cook in the hot pot. For a taste of American delicious, The Blue Frog, and The Brew are our favorites for burgers and nachos. I was fortunate enough to have Justin in Shanghai for Mother’s day so we took the opportunity to go to one of the best Sunday brunch’s I have had. It is located right across the street from us in the Shangri-La Hotel. ...
... I was determined not to give in. It was not an option. So I though okay, I had emailed Sunny prior to leaving on Saturday morning to ask for her phone number. I couldn't access emails so I had to get to a place where this was possible. I got in a taxi and told him I wanted an Internet cafe, doing my best mimes of a computer and typing clearly wasn't going to work. He rang his friend who could understand a little bit more English than him and headed for the city. He dropped me near ...
... Guangzhou. After filling my entry declaration and entering "China" customs, I noticed my fellow passengers were lining up at the baggage pickup so I decided to check it out. Turns out that I had to pick up my baggage and recheck it in at the other terminal for the connecting flight; big pain in the ass but at least I had a lot of time. I squatted at baggage pickup for about 30 min as I watched all the CE luggage being picked up one by one . . . mine ...