Rayfont Hongqiao Hotel & Apartments Shanghai
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... quick jaunt up and back. It doesn't take much to make a two-year old happy. We met up with JP for a second round of dumplings and traditional Chinese food and went home to pack up for Beijing.
About Xindalu kitchen – Eat ducky.
Looking at Hyatt lobby – Bamboo.
About Bodhisatva Buddhas – Mommy Buddha.
About temple incense – Fire.
In the aquarium – Sharky!!!
About our last dumpling dinner – ...
... with us for nearly an hour and invited us to see his home. Why not? So the seven of us followed him to number 92. You can imagine the shock when we arrived and his 65 yr old daughter came out (she looked much younger than that) and found us all standing in her kitchen. She was very polite and welcoming but had a look of absolute panic when he invited us to eat with him and have a tour of the bathroom and bedroom. We politely refrained as we had to head ...
... they’re necessary for any travel or hotel booking, as well as forget my lunch. Luckily, my persuasive skills and luck washed for the passport, and the friend I’d gotten ****** off with for mollycoddling me had made me a spare pack lunch because he knew I’d forget mine. Slightly red faced.
Anywho, on top of feeling very proud of ourselves for making it up, we also managed to get up at 3am the next day to see the sun rise. Although, of ...
... will have 4 consecutive days at sea. That means lots of Zumba and line dancing for me. Mike is going to have to check out the ship’s library to see if he can find additional books to read. The fitness center is jammed with people right now but the crowd will subside by lunchtime. The Diamond Princess is a lovely ship so while missing a port stop at Shanghai is ...
... after our little diversion we finally made it to the Shanghai Museum - which had lots of nice little exhibitions on calligraphy, currency, art, furniture and pottery - however, it wasn't really floating our boat so we headed off after an hour or so for a lovely lunch on Huanghe Rd Food Street. After this we decided on the Shanghai Urban Planning Museum which was fantastic! It detailed the growth and development of Shanghai to date and also the plans ...