Shanghai JC Mandarin Hotel
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... buildings in Southeast Asia and a long meandering walk through the Yu Gardens, China’s “China Town”. We had time to shop for souvenirs, our bargaining skills now honed, and a farewell reception on the rooftop of the Old Peace Hotel, now the Fairmont Peace Hotel. Here we stood among the rich history of Shanghai’s British beginnings. We bid fond farewells ...
... to The Bund. Once the hub of the Old Shanghai this stretch of C19th European architecture was the original cosmopolitan area over looking the Huangpu River. No more do the flags of Europe fly above the roofs but now the red and yellow stars of the Chinese flag. It's a symbol of 'up yours. This is all ours now'. The Bund is impressive- a mix of English and Western European buildings which have been converted from exchanges and import customs to lavish hotels and banks. It reminds me ...
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... We then raced back to the hotel to meet up with the group where we went to hip all vegetarian Shanghai restaurant. They took more tofu and cooked it in a variety of ways to make it appear to be beef or chicken. There was some amazing Chinese Coleslaw, so many sprouts, but delicious. However, my new affection for Kung Pao chicken was tested. There was dish meant to be kung pao chicken, however it has the texture and taste of the ...
... of Grandma's potatoes!! After that Catherine went back to her hostel, planning to head onto Beijing for the best part of the week on Sunday.
One of my best friends over here is Jo, and Wednesday was her birthday, As I have Chinese class on Wednesdays, we met up Tuesday evening after school for all you can eat Indian buffet on Laowai Street :o)
HOPEFULLY, come the end of our contracts in June, we will take the Trans-Siberian train from Beijing to St Petersburg together! :D