Biyun Diamond Court
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... right here come on in. As soon as I opened the door I entered another world, a full restaurant, smoking, drinking, laughing, card games, it was like something out of a Hollywood movie when that one bodyguard opens the door to an underground casino. I took my seat at the table and the guy hands me a menu I say thank you but no thank you, I got my choices already written down in Chinese on my phone. I show him my phone he ...
... noodles for myself. It has been a long time since I ate them on a regular basis. I had forgotten how much I liked them. Not the fanciest or healthiest lunch in the world but cheaper than eating out.
Once Renee left again I switched out the laundry and cleaned up all the dishes. I was just about to pack my camera gear to go take a walk around The Bund area when Renee messaged me that I had been invited to go to dinner with the Shanghai ...
... of 27 metres. We needed a rest before dinner. Almost a recovery if you like ...from lunch. But wow, Miranda certainly turned the food thing around and we found ourselves in a new restaurant with a very attentive restaurant manager. There were no other "foreigners" in sight...just locals! A good start....and again, wow, the food was amazing. One of the best me use we have enjoyed in China! Each dish was presented beautifully and the restaurant ...
... looking at a few shops we headed up to the 10th floor for lunch in the South Beauty restaurant complete with prime window seats facing the bund. It was a great view.
We just made it back to the hotel before the heavens opened and a huge electrical storm followed. After a bit of respite in the storm we wandered down to the bund which is a walkway along the river and went for dinner at M on the Bund. This is a ridiculously expensive restaurant but hell its the ...
... poor feet had done enough for one day. Especially Ross as his trainers have well and truly given up the ghost and he's practically walking on the concrete! He doesn't even mind the thought of going shopping so his feet must be hurting badly!
We started off with a trip to the airport on the Maglev train. Sonya had no idea what a Maglev train was and the thought of going to an airport just for a trip on a train and not to catch a flight ...