New Century Grand Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... women are surely the loudest known to man and are never at a loss for words, with a pitch that sends us fleeing. If, as they say, India is identified in the nose, China is surely identified in the ears ! There were a couple of incidents here......having just made a purchase, we carried on down the street only to have the shop staff run after us with John's credit card that he had left behind ! How honest of them. The same day we purchased a 'selfie' ...
... our cable car across the river using the underground pedestrian tunnel. It wasn't quite the 'scenic railway' but it tried hard to match the 'Blood on the Southern Cross' with its lighting & sound effects. We then went up in one of the taller towers to get a spectacular view of Shanghai from above. Unfortunately the smog does not allow for a very clear view! Lunch was in a traditional ...
After our 2 minute ferry ride back to mainland China, we went straight to a company visit at Wiseman Fashion in Zhuhai. They manufacture sweaters for both their own brand and other well known brands such as Gap. At that point I was incredibly exhausted so all I remember was their incredibly comfy chairs and delicious coffee in the meeting room.
Once we were done there we finally got ...
Dad and I woke up early Sunday to have breakfast then head to mass. Maggie Song picked us up to take us to church. The drive was one of the more scary drives we've had. Not just because of the generally bad driving here. But it was through one of the most poor cities I've ever seen. Being able to see the way wealthy people live in a country is one thing, but until you've seen the way the majority of people live you haven't seen the country, or city for ...
... of the school and make our way to Bachu for dinner with Leslie, Vivian and Linda Lu. A very lovely visit and food couldn’t have been better. A fabulous meal: beans, gung pow chicken, 2 steamers of jaozi, steaming spicy potatoes, steaming cabbage too, chicken boney thing Vivian ordered, tofu dish, sticky rice cubes, beef and red pepper and onion, rice. Everything was delicious, rinsed down with snow beer. Vivian asked me about a formal English name for her daughter, ...