Windsor Evergreen Hotel
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... plane would be in 20 minutes, but in the end it didn’t leave until 8:30 am, 11 hours, 2 meal vouchers, lots of snacks and 1 large angry Chinese mob later. By this point we were all so tired that we were asleep as soon as we got to our seats, and I was so out of it that I woke up and started going to the loo without noticing the seatbelt signs were on. Luckily I realised I was getting weird looks and worked out why, because I decided to go back to my seat and about a minute later we ...
... soztaylorswift. The commercial street was buzzing at night, and we ended up having dinner at a local Korean restaurant. Suchhh a good view from our hotel room of the street so we can see all the pretty lights (and a sea of umbrellas- people of Shanghai if it's only spitting you don't need an umbrella up) Absolutely shattered today after such an early start but looking forward to tomorrow's breakfast buffet at the ...
... with a huge bronze incense burner and stands where the candles are lit. The mounds of wax underneath are testament to how many candles have burned in this place. But the whole atmosphere is spoiled by the rubbish everywhere such as the wrapping paper of the incense.
There were three small temples and each one was pretty grotty and dusty and obviously not meant to be on show as a tourist attraction. A couple of local women left an offering at ...
... can take 3 or 4 people two or more years to complete. Such delicate work going row by row! They showed us the life cycle of the silk worm from larvae to cocoon. The kids got to handle and take a real cocoon with the worm in it home with them. (Don't worry, they boil it to kill the worm so it won't fly out of our luggage later.....and I threw them away when no one was looking!). They find the start of the delicate silk string on each cocoon then use ...
... ushered back into the classrooms.
We rode the bus from the school into the older part of town.
Just when I was questioning the “water-town” title, we drove up to what can
only be described as mini-Chinese-Venice. Apparently there are little water-
towns like this all over China, and according to some stories Marco Polo
designed the iconic European canals after seeing the ones in China. We strolled
along the cobblestone ...