Shanghai Marriott Hotel Hongqiao
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... but it did turn out to be a lot of fun. There was a live band and it matched the decode, but they had beer on tape and that is a rare find in China! We were there for a while, until the tour guide finally found us all and rounded us up on the bus! I wouldn't want his job .... Ever! The next bar was my favourite. It was the closest thing to a dance bar like back home, they were playing 90s hip hop and there was an actual dance floor. ...
... thing that was nice. After walking the stretch of this road I headed back up north to a restaurant famed for its dumplings. I wasn't expecting it but they are actually like Yangs dumplings, the only difference is that you have to queue for a lot longer because they seem so popular. They were absolutely delicious and worth the wait! Feeling full, I went to the Lion's Grove Garden, which was a little busier I think because of the time of day ...
... was being broke on this tower when I was last here, and now it's taller than the WFC tower and will be 121 floors once completed.
I love being in cities when visionary buildings are being built. The first time I went to NYC as an adult was the winter of 2011 when the One World Trade Center "Freedom Tower" was barely skimming the heights of the neighboring skyscrapers. I visited again in the fall of 2011, the summer of 2012 and the winter of 2012, each ...
I remembered at Christmas there had been a shortage of desserts, a lack of salad and that snacky things had been popular. So, I made a couple of cheesecakes (one of the chocolate lime variety, and one straight up lemon with a lemon glaze on top), dipped a bunch of cherries in dark chocolate, made a fresh salsa and a big salad; and bought a bunch of crisps/pretzels/mini cracker type things.
I then popped off ...
... off to the grocery store again! We decided to get some snacks for the 18.5hr train ride we have tomorrow to Hong Kong. I bought lots of Milk Tea to bring home, and got a bag of oatmeal and some granola bars so that I can attempt to save some money on food and eat a bit healthier haha. Eating out for every meal really is getting exhausting and making me feel a bit sick at times, so I have to stop all the snacking so much!! After we just came back to the hostel ...