Millennium Hongqiao Hotel Shanghai
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... sports and a few pool tables. It was pricey by China standards so we all had a beer then decided to look for a cheaper place to eat. Instead we ended up walking around the area and China drinking (buying a beer at a corner store and drinking it as we walked, then buying another one at the next store we passed once the beer was gone.) It was an interesting way to see part of Shanghai and was a lot of fun. I also let them in on my secret of using hotel ...
... rest, then out amongst the locals in the back streets. I've never felt threatened walking around these streets and they are so much more interesting than the main shopping areas. There are the high end shopping shops and they are amazing, but expensive and then the local ones and in some they still have good quality goods but in others it really is made in China. We made friends with a young man in a wee shop, selling suitcases and handbags. He ...
... dumb bells and a yoga mat. Amazing the home workouts that are possible with this little bit of equipment. Carrying a 40 lb box of dumb bells is easy if you have a scooter, otherwise I was going to have to carry them a mile in order to get them on the bus, another reason to buy a scooter. I also bought a good sized rubber tree plant, thanks to the scooters ability to carry heavy stuff on the floor board. One of the pics shows my ...
... prior to 1990. Kathy, our guide, is great. She was very patient with the 9 of us that arrived together. Overall, even though the flight was ungodly long, it was not bad, we did have a few free grown up drinks, and they served 3 meals and a snack. The International Airport at PuDong was practically empty, so we went right through. I was very thankful to be traveling with Dr. Steve Phillips. I took 3 of ...
... favorite things about Chinese cuisine / etiquette is that the dishes are meant for sharing. And when you order dim sum, this is even more true - the dishes are tapas-sized, so you order 8 or 10 of them even if there are just 2 of you at the table, since each dish may contain only two dumplings or a small bowl of pudding. For indecisive eaters like me that enjoy trying a bit of everything on the table, this is perfect!
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