Tianci Service Apartment
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We bought our flight from Hong Kong to Shanghai in advance and it was scheduled for the 3rd of July. In the afternoon (at about 14.00) we took the airport bus "A21" passing through the Nathan Road. It was quite expensive (like most things in Hong Kong) but it was still much cheaper than to go by taxi. We paid HKD 33 per person and the …
... and suits measured and sewn to order. The owner gave me many books of the various available styles to choose from. He took my measurements, and sent it out to be made. My dress was guaranteed before we left Shanghai in the morning and sure enough it arrived an hour before departure time. I tried on my dress and could not be happier.
Just like every city in China, Shanghai was famous for particular culinary dish - soup dumplings. These are made of dough ...
... his head on hers and the lady sitting next to me on one of the extra seats was sleeping with her head on my lap. Welcome to China!
The coming days I had to work and Antje could explore the city by herself. She did quite a lot of things and enjoyed her time. We only had the evenings but at least we could have dinner together, chat and enjoy each others company. Somehow we did not even annoy each other once! Thanks a lot for coming over – I had the best time ...
... bus around the volcano. After the initial shock of trying to get 80 people on to 2 small buses busting at the seams we made our first stop nobody but nobody were game to leave the bus and it obviously became clear to the drivers there was going to be a problem. Not to worry they put their heads together and all stops from then on right back to the ferry ranged from 3 to 8 minutes allowing all to take photos, stretch legs etc a fascinating trip after all. ...
... here three times during our stay in Shanghai and enjoyed all the dishes we tried with the exception of one. They also had a little store that you could buy stuff to take home, and they had some good cookies we picked up.
A few other highlights from our time in Shanghai:
A large park called People's Square was nice to walk thru that also had some museums and galleries. We opted to only visit The Shanghai Museum which turned out to be free. ...