Sunshine Hotel Jiaxing
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Today we went on a daytrip with a Chinese tour group to Xitang - an ancient Chinese town which is dubbed the Venice of China. They filmed mission impossible 3 there. The tour guide did not stop speaking on the microphone for the entire trip. Probably annoying if you could understand what he was saying as Jiedi could. Unbelievably irritating and actually quite painful listening to it if you can't understand a word. At least we managed to pick up some good facts about ...
... on Shann'xi Lu, made by our favourite barista Dracula (whose favourite drink is latte, just in case you were wondering). Mr. D recommended us to hop on the tube for one stop to go to another shopping centre, and that was when the biggest faff of the day happened... Hilz queued behind a woman who was swiping her Oyster card to get through the ticket barrier, but her Oyster card ran out of money and so she ...
9.30 start again today. Off to see the lingering gardens. Suzhou is famous for its gardens.
Chinese gardens are different to what I am used to. They use a lot more rock formations and ponds. This garden had several buildings also. It was all about family life. Many beautiful carvings and furniture. After the gardens we went to the silk factory. it was interesting to see the ...
Leaving Hangzhou today and going to visit a tea plantation in a small village. We drove through the tree plants growing on the hillsides. There was a demonstration and explanation of how the tea as picked and dried. We were taken to a room where a young graduate from tea university poured some tea for us and explained the ...
... be made possible when money talks!
Getting back to Shanghai, we walked along Nanjing Road (a famous shopping mall) and picked up 6 mini dun-tarts (egg tarts) for 5RMB!, that’s less than $1AUD ($1 = 5.5RMB) along the way. Yummo! They were later, very much enjoyed with a much needed cuppa when we got ‘home’.
In all it was a very exhausting yet lovely day out for what actually started out as a very muddled up day!