Jian Gong Jin Jiang
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJian Gong Jin Jiang Shanghai
Very good place to stay. Room clean and shower worked.
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... 8220;Healthy” breakfast we headed there on the
train, telling Verity and Katrin (who wanted to sleep in and hated museums)
that we would meet them for lunch at the French Quarter. As usual the train was
brilliant and we quickly arrived, it was a bit of a walk but the area was
really nice. It actually reminded me a bit of what Melbourne or Newtown streets
look like, the roads where nicely paved and there are heaps of trees, small
indie shops and cafes. It ...
... reminded me of a sweeter apple juice. I typically don’t drink a lot of juice anymore as it is empty calories but this was very good and served us well until the beer arrived. Beer was a requirement at this meal as our host is from Qingdao, which is where Tsingtao beer is made. It is also on our list of places to travel to on our weekend trips. Qingdao was actually a German city from 1897 until the end of World War One at which time it ...
... as back home, once again there was a dodgy little man standing out side telling me he can sell me cheap joke gear but I had to go down a dark ally so let pretty quick haha. Alle and I went into a bra shop cause all the stuff was so pretty, but it was seriously just made for stick people Alle tried to ask them if they had bigger sizes by gesturing at her boobs, I think the lady kinda got it but I couldn't stop laughing. We went and got a bit of ice cream ...
... and record this because I couldn’t believe my eyes (it’s on YouTube now). Million hits? C’mon BABY!!
The next day I was given a look into how schools work in a more normal (humble) setting. The name of the school where I’ll be teaching 1st graders goes something like “No. 3 Experimental School Attached to Shanghai Normal University” (say that 3x fast!). The students were ecstatic to see me and ...
... neon sign near Zhongshan Park. When you arrive you go directly downstairs into a very dimly lit, plush carpeted reception area. Here you tell them what kind of treatment you're there for (they also do beauty type stuff like manicures and waxes along side the various types of massages), we opted for the 89 yuan standard Chinese massage and were promptly whisked off through a maze of equally dimly lit corridors to a room with three massage beds in. (I duno ...