Shanghai JC Mandarin Hotel
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... food, and the company great. We all did struggle with the smokey environment though, after being smokefree in NZ. Yeah! I've got a dancing group just down the road and they do the same kind of dancing!!! I even knew some of the songs! And I spoke to them a little. So sweet. What with at least 14 flights of stairs a day ( three up to our apartment, four to class) and dancing, the fat will start dripping off! ...
... it's difficult to describe) which was absolutely delicious along with our daily apple. Street food is probably our favourite part of China. The rest of the afternoon was spent in the hostel reading and at the post office posting my trainers along with a few small gifts that Lucy and I had purchased. Don't get too excited though, it takes over a month to post a package home from China! For dinner we went to ...
... schlepping would've been made a lot worse had we been schwitzing like yesterday. Also, Robs reckons we walked the equivalent of the city to surf, about 14km, and my aching feet definitely don't disagree!!!! We are both SO happy to be showered and resting our feet/legs! Yet another fun and adventurous day in this crazy city, filled with various instances of the city's constant paradox- ultra modern yet very backwards/traditional. Good night. ...
... ever seen), Jinmao Tower, and the Financial Building. It was almost five so we decided to grab so dinner, then by the time we were done all the lights would be on. We found this little restaurant and we got two dishes and a bottle of wine all for about $25 total! We were quite excited. The food was delicious and the they played the Spice Girls and My Heart Will Go On....A+ place in my book! Afterwards we walked to see all ...
... thankful for on Thanksgiving. Turns out, he was also from Michigan. So we chatted with him for a bit and then continued eating our dinner. The menu was turkey, ham, green beans, mashed potatoes, roasted potatoes, and stuffing. For dessert, we had pumpkin pie. It didn't really look like pumpkin pie, but it tasted just like I remember it. They also had homemade whipped cream. The food was all very good. I had two plates.
After dinner, some of the Chinese people moseyed ...