The Hongta Hotel, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Shanghai
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- Swimming pool
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... I have spent a lot of time in the Hilton Doubletree in Ealing. You know you are a regular when they know you by name, give you a Christmas gift and give you a birthday card before your own Mother does. (In fairness, most cards from my Mother arrive either a) without a stamp b) blank with no writing inside c) without a stamp and blank with no writing inside d) don't arrive at all. She did get our wedding card to us, it just arrived on our 3rd wedding ...
After we left the silk factory, we drove for about an hour before reaching the water town of Jinxi. It is described as the Venice of China and is very pretty. We had a ride in a gondola through several of the canals and our little lady gondolier sang us several songs, to wish us good health and good fortune. We then took the bus to a local restaurant for lunch.
... a job collecting it, then possibly recycling it!!!! Or if the sewerage system cannot cope with paper. Even if I asked, I don't think anyone would know. I just saw a Carrefour supermarket sign - a French brand that we were very familiar with in Europe.
We are now an hour and a half out of Shanghai and I am seeing more trees, probably persimmons, pomegranates and citrus such as loquats and maybe lychees. Some of the fields are fallow which could ...
... this city typifies the accelerating moderness of China. The business complex hugs the river creating a postcard view, and on a cloudy day the tops of many of the skyscrapers are in the clouds. The Shanghai World Financial Centre (3rd tallest in the world) looks to us like a very tall bottle opener. The view from the top (425m) however is dazzling, with our ears popping constantly in the lift up to the 100th floor – even the gin & tonics in the ...
... The Chinese believe that you should not contaminate food with hands, so to pick the bones from your mouth is actually seen as bad manners. A good spitting aim is a skill worth having out here. I'm still trying to master the technique of deshelling an entire prawn in the mouth. Somehow they can work that magic, no mucky fingers or laborious shelling. In it goes, round it turns and out pops legs, shell and tail in one whole piece. Now that is a skill I do want to keep!