Riverside Hotel Shanghai (Qing Shui Wan)
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... but was going to be delayed due to the smoke in the area. Instead we were moved to a flight scheduled for 13:20 but actually did not depart until 14:20 arriving at 16:30. Our flight to Sydney is scheduled for 21:30 with touchdown in Sydney Thursday ...
... first fruit and vegetables after being assured by Carlene that they were safe. We also, and I am filled with loathing for myself because of this, picked up hot dogs in blankets from the take-away counter for our dinner. Two days in China and the closest authentic dining experience was the Raman Noodles I had for lunch. We wimped out on wanting to cook something at eight pm.
Once back up in the apartment Renee, armed with the knowledge from ...
... Hong Kong. All a bit confusing really as everything was in Chinese but yes we were at the right place and so we could go and sit in the VIP lounge. We asked several times if it was time to move to the platform via passport control and customs we thought and were told to stay put! Eventually we discovered our train was delayed ...by four hours so we are still sitting. Everyone here wiles away their time by eating - picnics and chopsticks are bought out or those less prepared go ...
... Railway Station we had to catch the metro to the Main Railway Station, as that is where our hotel is. Luckily the metro was fairly quiet so it was easy with our luggage! The hotel is probably the most luxurious we have had - although it doesn't take much beating - but there is no difference in the bed hardness though - just as hard as every other bed we've had! We look out on some high rise, which will be much better in the dark, but at least it's ...
... pie, cherry pie, fruit salad, strawberry jelly ('jello') with bananas and chocolate pudding ('pudding' in American is almost like a mousse, but without the bubbles, maybe closer to Angel Delight?). I think I liked Jo's sweet potato casserole (I had a second spoonful) but I still find the concept of this sugary mash with marshmallows on my main course plate a bit odd! My first ever slice of pumpkin pie was delicious, though I couldn't help thinking it'd be nicer hot with a ...