Shanghai JC Mandarin Hotel
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... haha. But isn't healthy I guess. Think I'll just pack dinner back and end off with walking around Xintiandi. Wandering xintiandi didn't feel my cup of tea. That night we went out to have dinner. Next day the girls (Michelle, Britt, Mel) went back to the tailor area and went crazy with buying more. While I went to wander again and chanced upon the 上海老街。 ;so my style where I found my fave 北京布鞋 and the favours of old ...
... and massive - rooms for different items, ranging from calligraphy to ceramics. I can understand this, but having one of the largest rooms in the building dedicated to bowls (which all look the same) was a bit dull. I'm all for museums and love a good bit of history, but when you're subjected to an endless display of wine bowls with no significant meaning and no uniqueness, it just gets a bit dull. Wow.. a full paragraph moaning about the museum?! I ...
It was begun in 1522. Its paths and steps, which are made either of flat stones fitted closely together, or pieces of upturned chipped granite with a flat end up carefully fitted together so as to form a roughly flat surface, could trip the unwary, but our guide had warned us to walk slowly and carefully so there were a few stumbles, but no falls. Ponds and small lagoons are scattered throughout, crossed by quaint bridges. Chinese gazebo-like outdoor structures where one can ...
... and related the story it represented to us. From this site, the group split off. Some chose to fight off the heat with a return the hotel area for refreshments, but about 10 of us chose to forge on and try to find e Propaganda Poster Museum someone had read about in one of the guide books. Now this adventure was a little bit like an episode of the reality tv show The Amazing Race. We split up into three different taxis with only one Chinese speaker among us for a ...
... live fish and frogs were trying to escape, frightening Ana in the process.) Then the hoards of bus tours poured through the gates, and we were swamped. We joined them in the viewing of the Ancient Bed Museum and through the narrow streets, and then left. My tuktuk guy won the race to the West End - even though Ana got out and helped her guy (with Dave still inside) push their tuktuk up over the bridge. The West End was amazing! We could have stayed in ...