Jin Jiang Pine City Hotel
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... was a wonder too. Fuzhou Road had been my favorite street for years. I came here and checked out bookstores every time I visited Shanghai. With the big change in the cultural climate for publishing industry due to the rise of digital reading and online shopping, physical bookstores were endangered specie everywhere. I personally did most of my reading in iBook or Kindle, and shopped books through Amazon because it was just easy. A relative I met yesterday said ...
... out of the building. There is no way Gary will let me do fake anything again. However ever so persistent I asked to go to a market place that I had heard about and so the guide dutifully obliged much to Gary's disgust. This place is five levels of anything you can think of. They have all there things out on display but if you ask or show a picture of what you want they take you out the back of there shop and again ...
... forcefully glugged down the slab of meat with triumph. Upon swallowing the stomach, delight filled me and I felt like I had just come first in the 3 legged race..Pure pride! With some reluctance I explained that this isn’t the usual fodder I was accustomed to in the green lands of Yorkshire.
Firecrackers were going off left right and centre; it was like a scene straight from Beirut. The deafening firecrackers swiftly lead me on to the topic of Bonfire Night ...
... balls (yay!) literally explode in your mouth. We then walked around a little bit in very crowded street markets. Between the heat, the smells, and the people trying to sell you everything from knock-off watches to incense and fruit, the experience was very overwhelming. But time there allowed us to do some shopping with the help of Maggie Song's bargaining techniques. Dinner was in a very beautiful building that you would not even know was there if ...
... 8221; by Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson. I would have to say it was not very good but I take comfort in knowing that I played the guitar perfectly, even after the transition during the third verse. The Chinese loved us anyways because we were the only group of foreigners to get up on stage and give it a shot. We played our own music and sang songs that nobody knew on stage. I was pretty pleased with our performance even if it was pretty ...