Shanghai JC Mandarin Hotel
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... to one of my favourite places which was the great wall of china. On another day we road bikes around the top of a city wall i shared a bike with jess and **** it was hot and poor mum road alone.
so there isnt much else that happened here other then it was a normal holiday apart from them main points. #chinesemaccasisshit ...
... amazing stories in a group this large and varied.
I started in the chinese section of the buffet, picking up a few meat buns, some roasted duck, some peking style duck wraps, and whole large prawns. I didn't have room for the fish head and beef tongue soup that I saw in the section, but it looked interesting and worth a try someday. As I worked on my first plate, the waiter continued to come around and top off my glass of ...
... art and culture from 12th century B.C. through to today - numerous galleries including a bronze ware gallery, ceramics, furniture, jade, costume/clothing, Chinese painting, calligraphy, and official seals gallery. Shanghai acrobats performance in the evening - tremendous skill, strength, flexibility and grace- performance included acrobatic moves through numerous moving rings, juggling with balls up to 7, ...
... even though I loved every minute.. rules are rules, bah humbug).
Hopefully it will make life in China easier, even though you can totally get by everyday just pointing and playing a mini version of charades. Also, it will be nice to be able to escape the bubble of expat life and learn more of the local culture and language.
My goals right now:
1. Be able to tell the ******* cab driver he's ripping me off and I wasn't born yesterday.
2. Order ...
... there are good noodle restaurants and a pedestrian mall of restaurants and bars. We saw far more Europeans at the bars here than anywhere else. We had lunch at the Crystal Jade restaurant which had great xiaolong bao - Shanghai dumplings and a famous dish of dandan mian - noodles in a spicy peanut soup.
After lunch Jeanette went into “Fuhrer” tour guide mode and we went a walking tour of the French area. It was also really good. One of ...