- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... to as most places are filled with Chinese tourists and very few westerners. After the silk marker we met Windy again and he took us to 798, the artists district which is full of cool galleries, shops, cafés, cinemas, graffiti and other street art. I wish I had discovered this place sooner as it was awesome! It was difficult to get to as it's at the end of the metro line then a bus for 20 minutes then a 10 minute walk, but so worth it! We are food there which was lovely but ...
... Chinese and the waitresses were dressed in the garb worn during the time of the Manchu Dynasty. We were handed the menu, which was a bound book of at least fifty pages. Deciding what to order has never been my strong suit, paired with limitless options of Chinese food listed primarily in Mandarin – the likelihood of ordering within the next year wasn’t high. Thankfully, Benson had us covered as he ...
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... me green tea bag, not sure what the significance was but a friendly gesture anyway.
After a refreshing shower we packed our bags ready for departure tomorrow to Shanghai and heady to the club lounge to rehydrate. There is a Hotel opposite us that looks very impressive called the Legendale and the architecture more like southern Europe than Chinese. We decided to have a wander thru and realised from the front entry with the 2 Rollers parked there it may be something ...
... is a network of alleyways dotted with funky cafe's, local restaurants, tourist shops, and some boutique clothes and gifts. Since it's the holidays, the area is packed when we get there! We waddle through the throng of people and manage to get ourselves some meat on a stick and spicy bean curd in a cup. The meat was killer; the bean curd, not so much. We spend the next couple of hours bar hopping and strolling through shops.
I ended up meeting ...