New Century Grand Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... city in China. After only one there we went back towards our neck of the woods for food. We ate in a Yoshinoya, as we enjoyed it in Japan, but were underwhelmed by the experience in Shanghai. As we were still hungry we bought some beef skewers, and some little balls of dough filled with bacon and cheese. At least that's what I thought they were. It was only when I got given the box that I realised they stank, and were actually filled with octopus, then covered in cheese and ...
... group as on the way back to the pier we detoured to give in all the receipt type things in to a houseboat moored half way down the river. Back on dry land we went on a lunch hunt, unfortunately the only proper food to be found was chilli flakes with a few noodles floating in them which we decided against having – the little snack shops did well out of our hunt for an alternative, and although they were quite good I wouldn't recommend pineapple cookie cakes ...
... fruit salad, muesli and yoghurt, scrambled egg on unsweetened bread, freshly squeezed orange juice, bacon, a rather odd sausage, coffee, butter and jam. I could have eaten it twice. Roz was slightly tremulous about the bike ride and so we opted to take out a tandem, she bravely/foolishly placing her life in my hands. Now the bike tour had been sold to us as a little bit on a main road and then on to quiet country roads. We ...
... where we boarded a river boat to watch two fishermen and their cormorants fishing. The cormorants had strings tied around their necks so they couldn't swallow the fish when they had one in their gullet. The cormorants clamber onto the skiff and the fisherman picks them up by the neck and squeezes until the fish drops into his bin. Apparently there are fewer cormorant fishermen nowadays. They don't catch very many fish in comparison to newer methods like ...
... 2 hour flight within the same country - its a really big place! Now we are moving into the country which is a lot less frenetic than Beijing and Xi'an. A little more like Dorney and Loosely Row! A river boat trip up the beautiful Li river tomorrow. We are very much looking forward to it - with the ladies looking to steal breakfast food as the lunch onboard is reputed to be possibly disharmonious to Chris' and others constitutions! Off to bed. ...