Millennium Hongqiao Hotel Shanghai
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Today consisted of a long drive to a small village, which is apparently 'touristy', however i thought it was a pretty traditional market. There was a long river running through, with exactly 36 bridges, that were so small and a felt a little unsafe.
The markets were full of an array of tradtitional, modern but strangely plain, obscure items. I bought some nail clippers ( i was desperate, and for £1.50 i ...
... large tanks that are viewed while walking through glass tubes under the water. It's a great way to view the fish as they swim all around and overhead. We were inspired to take lots of pictures and videos, some favorites are attached.
We lunched at a small, second-floor restaurant, Menabe, near the Aquarium. Again, steep stairs with no railing and no elevator. As with most facilities in China, ...
... included duck, quail eggs, pork meatballs, wonton soup, and banana spring rolls, and about 6 or 7 more dishes. After lunch we headed to Shanghai Airport for our 2 1/2 hour flight to Beijing. The flight was uneventful, but our bus ride into the city was hair raising. There were multiple traffic jams, and several near misses, but we only saw one actual fender bender. Some people watched the traffic, my own strategy was to sit in an aisle seat and try to nap. It took us almost two ...
... us with a map tells us that all the restaurants will be closed, as the Chinese like to eat early. This is crazy. We just want some edible food but we wander the streets for almost an hour until we find the one open restaurant - McDonalds. I've not set foot in one for years but needs must and in we go.
It's the final culinary indignity. I've eaten more fast food in the past three days than I have in the last year and have put on at least half a stone since I left ...
... never have a chance to come back. Spring Festival is a major cultural event. It’s one of those things you have to experience at least once, even though it might be awful – like eating chicken’s feet. However, and this I can’t say for eating chicken’s feet, staying for Spring Festival turned out to be amazing.
A major factor in making my Spring Festival special was the fact that my parents had decided to visit me. ...
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