Pinghu Junyue Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... all those things from the 'big warehouse in the sky'! Lunch was at a local restaurant with food being selected by Martin. I didn't take any photos as it was very crowded and the food came out very fast. The pork dish was particularly delicious. Slow-cooked shanks with the meat just falling off the bone. Also water bamboo cut into chips and steamed with a tasty sauce. Some free time after lunch for retail therapy before back on the ...
Shanghai sits on an alluvial plain in the middle of the Yangtze River Delta. The city is the starting point for our 16 day adventure in China and since everyone opted to arrive a day before the tour official starts on September 10, we offered an optional excursion to the one of the nearby "watertowns"
Due to the volume of water flowing into the delta (the Yangtze is the world's 3rd longest river), ...
... to by some last minute bits) and we had KFC. So I have said
goodbye to pretty much everyone I ever met in China!
Tomorrow is my last day here. I have very mixed emotions. I have felt queasy all week,
just unsettled in my stomach, ...
... course. I got back to Jiashan after 5pm, and my host family came to pick me up from the station. Ms Liang said to me "Today I'm lucky, as I don't have to cook dinner. We are going to eat at a friend's house". I asked what time Serena's Christmas party was starting, she said 7pm and that we would be back in time. So we went to this house quite close to ours, and squeezed into a tiny kitchen area, with tiny table, and ate a really ...
... seat each! Rather than riding the bus all the way to the People's Square we got off nearish to my house and walked the rest of the way.
We ate a delicious dinner at the Lotus Eatery by my apartment (a very thought-through choice which I believe turned out to be successful!) and then I showed him my flat here, which he prefers to the ones I lived in in Korea. After a quick look at my Chinese world map (China's in the middle; Chinese for China is Zhonguo, which ...