Hong Qiao State Guest Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... the city. From there we headed back to our hotel and checked out some of the local restaurants with our guide. Our guide then left us to make a decision on what to eat. It did pose a problem finding someone who spoke English and a menu that we could read. I am glad to report that we ended up with a delicious meal. Well after along day, I feel that I am 2 inches shorter as my legs have been walked off. Time to head back to the hotel for a rest and put your feet up after a long ...
... people together. The return journey to the bus was also successful with everybody feeling proud of not getting lost. A visit to the soft Spin Material Market saw lots of tailored purchases made with tailors far more friendlier than Lawrence who visited the hotel. A tailor that Rae visited three years ago, recognised her from when she purchased a jacket for me. I had a similar jacket made this ...
... trimmed annually and have a life span of approx 50 years...
The best tea is hand dried by turning it in a hot drum... the Chinese like to boil the water, let it stand for a minute then pour a Small amount over the tea leaves... let stand for a minute then top up with same hot water.. they continue to top up their same tea leaves up to five times daily..
The health benefits are the antioxidants break down their starch, fats etc and help ...
... that the word is from India. Either way, it seems to be the term for a main street in Shanghai that features most of the Western buildings. There's even a building that looks a bit like the Abbey in London. A few highlights were a tv tower and a Peace hotel that the guide said was started by a rich Jew.
After a brief walk along the Bund we went to a great Chinese restaurant with the guide to feast on more wood ear mushrooms, noodles and other authentic Chinese ...
... one side and up the other. A couple of the shops were massive, with more guitars than all the shops in Hamilton/Auckland put together! Heaps and heaps of Les Pauls, Strats and Teles. Not many lefties though! probable only about half a dozen altogether. One of the guys in the shop said that parents tend to make kids learn right-handed from the start. Wish that had happened to me, would have made things much easier, and cheaper too! Matt and I stopped on ...