TripAdvisor Reviews Suhao Hotel Taicang
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... Christmas crackers, and it was all decorated nicely for Christmas. The starter was supposed to be "baked goats cheese on rice crackers, with a spiced pear chutney", and we were so excited for it because we were starving! But when the waiter put it in front of us, we stared at the plate then at each other like "what is this??!". The rice crackers were the size of two princes, and there was a tiny bit of goats cheese sat on top! And as for the chutney...well, this ...
... for Nana Do and Grandad to arrive. As soon as I saw their taxi pulling in and them getting out of the car, I stood up and rushed out of the reception onto the outside steps, to which I had Nana Do hurtling up the steps to grab me into a huge hug whilst we both jumped up and down on the spot (and I also simultaneously burst into happy tears). Then Grandad came up and I gave him an equally huge hug and kiss. It was so surreal! The last time I saw them was in the kitchen at ...
... Carrefour I packed up my sack of goodies and walked next door into Starbucks for a bag of coffee. I was able to get a pound for about twelve dollars and they ground it for me although that wasn’t easy to figure out. Not because of the language barrier. The girl that helped me spoke pretty good English. It was because I don’t speak Starbucks and apparently there are at least four different grinding settings. I ingeniously pulled the ...
It will never beat Beijing but Shanghai is pretty awesome. 'Bright Lights Big City' comes to mind. Realistically you could be in any major city in the world, however there is something about it that draws you back to its Chinese foundation. Perhaps it's the decapitated fish heads on the side of the road or the men spitting in the street millimetres away from your feet, but there's something. The morning for us was slow and easy...unlike the hum of the world outside. Car alarms, ...
In Shanghai, at least what I saw of it, there were no "rickshaw
The rickshaws were used by people to move furniture, foods, etc.
Rickshaws were usually used by the people marketing such goods, though I
assume people used them to carry home the items they bought. The
rickshaws were either pedal or motorized. Some were just mopeds that had
been converted, but most were the tricycle with an end like the bed of ...
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