Changhang Merrylin Hotel Shanghai
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... adult. Ok I will try to be more specific...3-5 feet.
This museum took me the entire day to peruse, and luckily the cafe inside was not super expensive. Shanghai museum is considered one of the best in China, and it is certainly the most modern. The building itself was designed using the same ancient principles found in many works; a square representing the earth surrounded by a sphere representing heaven.
... over by the Japanese.
After the beer began to flow all of the trays of food began to appear. There were massive plates of Carpaccio thin beef and lamb, fishballs, beef balls, lamb skewers, five types of mushrooms, cabbage, etc. This was a massive amount of food and Renee and I did our best to eat our way through it. We even both tried the tofu although we both are not fans of it. Just like with fondue we picked up some meat or veggies with ...
... our own personal translators.. it was an expensive 6 little teacups of various teas, I’m not exaggerating either, they were tiny 2 tablespoon teacups. But the experience was definitely worth it. They walked us back to the main road, took a picture, said our goodbyes and parted ways.
We then headed to the Shanghai Train Station and attempted to buy a ticket to Nanning, a city in the south ...
... Beer (not bad) and Hels had a double vodka and coke........the strain is telling. Siobhan was too tired and could only muster an apple juice.
Freshened up and off to get on NZ 767-300. Took off on time so next stop is Auckland, New Zealand. Nearer to our girl, and Byron, of course.
Travel Tip: when you have been on a flight from Heathrow to Shanghai and have been served your meals last so you have no choice (happened to Craig and Siobhan who had to ...
... style. It is really quite strange to walk off a very Asian street into quaint tree lined streets but we couldn't see the connection with Paris!
The rest of the day was pretty quiet as the New Year is still messing up our plans as most things are still closed. We don't understand how in the UK people complain when the shops just shut on Christmas Day and New Year's Day, in China things seems to shut down for up to 2 weeks. Worst still there is ...