Tianci Service Apartment
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... bi-fold construction of it to one side so you can push it all the way open. He looked at me with a sheepish grin said "thank you" then gingerly stepped into this new way of finding relief for one of the most universal human needs.
For the rest of the flight, he watched me closely whenever I did anything, especially whenever food service came around – how to open the food containers and how to eat seemed a puzzle to him. We finally figured out with the ...
... 257;n temple. Not only did it taste great, the presentation was amazing!
Day 4 – Hot what?
Monday morning I felt like I wasn’t done exploring the French Concession, so I headed back there to see more. First-off I visited the Site of the first national congress of the CCP (China’s communist party). The actual venue is not especially interesting, and mostly seems to be a propaganda machine (pointing out how the western “invaders” ...
... tour guide for the day at 8:15am...Rocky was his name and our bus driver was Mr. Nu. Rocky was a 29 year old man, who spoke very good English....occasionally got stumped by our questions but I think that was more because of our use of Australian slang more than anything. Mr. Nu however spoke no english so we just left him to do his thing for the day....drive the bus!
The day is a wet one.....and I mean WET! We had to buy umbrellas as there is plenty of ...
... ever imagined. It looks so perfect, so stunning. We just stand a while taking it in. We plan to come back in a few hours when it's dark. We had a coffee in Starbucks, using their wifi to decide where we will go for dinner. Starbucks is just as expensive in Shanghai as it is in the England. That night we went for dinner at City Bull Steak House and Bar. Rebecca had steak and Ste had Gammon, it was delicious. It made a nice change from rice and noodles. After dinner, it was dark so ...
... the kitchen and bathroom are literally freezing but the bedroom is warm with the air-con noisily working full time to keep the room as warm as possible. The bathroom is very odd - there's a shower head that you have to hold, and a wooden, oriental-style bathtub. It's bizarre, but thankfully the water is hot which is what matters.
Bring on the jet-lag.