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Travel Blogs from Kunshan
... 17, 2013
Venue: 1st Floor, Hotel Andaz, No. 88 Songshan Road (Near Xintiandi)
Price: Afternoon Tea Set for 1 person RMB168++ and Set for 2 person RMB288++(15% service Charge and tax), eclairs (3 pieces) RMB45, coffee RMB38 (unlimited refilled before 5pm if ordered in afternoon tea set)
Specialities: eclairs - Chocolate, lemon, raspberry
Environment: You can either sit at lobby or at the "Eclair Bar" inside, where they ...
Ni hao from Shanghai! ("Yo my peeps," in the English translation.)
It's been a jam packed month since Alex and I arrived in China. The first week was pretty much just recovering from jet lag and adjusting to the 12 hour time difference. We did manage, however, to trek to the Shanghai Ocean Aquarium (4 miles round trip under the influence of jet lag, mind you), and explore the ...
... meet Chinese but actually I thought that some dishes
didn’t really fit. The idea was nice though.
After that my colleague who is actually living in Kunshan with his family took as home. So
he invited around 15 people to his home. His wife was still working but his
mother and his cute little girl where both there. Entering the apartment we had
to take off our shoes (same thing like in Germany) and we even got slippers
to wear. ...
... Malia’s breakfast choices and they were all very well received. The centerpieces in the restaurant lounge were very unique…they were goldfish bowls. Each short little bowl held two goldfish that I expect, in a container that size, got swapped out for fresh fish quite often...we did'n point that part out to Malia.
We spent a good portion of our day riding the Bullet Train from Shanghai ...
... One of the busy areas was the Bund, which is a walkway along the river. On one side of the river all the buildings are huge skyscrapers and on the other side are smaller European-style buildings. I was hoping to learn more about the European influence in Shanghai if the museum had been about history and not art! While we were in Shanghai we went to see a Beijing opera. We'd tried to go in Beijing but it wasn't opera season so we had to wait! We didn't ...