Sheraton Ningbo Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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We were invited out with some of the staff on Tuesday night to Laowi Town to a quiz night which was good fun. We then met Silvie, the CP at Munchner Biergarten, the German bar on Wednesday and the Italian restaurant Thursday evenings.
Ningbo is a lovely city, built on 5 rivers, so was a trading post and from the hotel room you can watch the barges go up and down the river. There are loads of fantastic bars and restaurants and it is now quite trendy.
... the little crash landing we made returning home after a brutal 'Long Island Ice Tea' night. Trying to get a scooter to do what you want in the rain, under the influence of ethanol laced with coke and Bacardi , takes skill and stupidity. However, nothing broken, except the old ladies asbestos flower pot and a plastic chain cover on the scooter. We made it out with a few scrapes and our dignity semi in tact. " That old ***** is bringing people ...
... kindergarten), kiddies kitchen the size of a studio apartment and classrooms with private kiddie wash/bathrooms and individual beds in the sleeping room. The staff complement is massive. There is a doctor on call and a nurse/nutritionalist in their own office; the industrial size kitchen has a chef with 4 helpers ( today's meal was bits of pig fat and some nondescript Mellon in a sweet clear brown sauce and, canned sliced mushrooms with slivers of carrots in a cloudy ...
... a nice change. And you can’t say no to a £2.50 a head bill at the end either.
After lunch we walked eastwards towards Moon Lake (a really lovely park with – yup, you guessed it – a lake) where we wanted to visit …uhm, I forget its name… a museum that showcases a traditional Chinese house with all the different living atriums. But once there an old man shuffling past us informed us that, “They decided to shut ...
... including the 33m tall Guanyin statue). We could also see the ocean, but it was not a very clear day so you could not see very far.
After seeing Mount Putuo, we headed on to Zhoushan and the Luting Grand Hotel. Concert number three followed shortly. It was not as cold as in Ningbo, but the audience was also not as engaged.