Shanghai Wumao Hotel
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... back or to go to the Nespresso Shop where we had a DELICIOUS Arpeggio and tried to send a package to Steven, who loves coffee, but no success.
We were staying at a nice aparthotel in Nanjing Road, a clean shopping street (they clean it with Karcher every morning) and we had some meals at home. We used again our red table cloth that we bought in California 8 months ago. We could eat salads and pasta with tomato sauce, all ...
... more flashing lights in Shanghai too. After the massive downpour of rain (similar to a mini monsoon) we were able to experience the Shanghai lights at night along the river. The older Shanghai opposite the modern Shanghai was a great skyline to photograph - even more so with thunder and lightning every 5-10 minutes! After the heavens had opened (seriously opened) the mini flood along the road did seem ...
... to see them, but then I get to a zoo and they don't look healthy or they're shaking their heads and the cages are invariably too small.
Thursdays are the day that Jo and I see each other, so she was in from the beginning; and her other FOC American friends Suzi from Hangzhou and Lisa from Wuhan are in SH for the holiday so they would come along.
I told Lavinia, Rosa and Eva about it way back but hadn't really gotten replies. Lavinia works ...
... prawns, salmon, scallops, beef, white fish, lamb chops and ice cream. Despite being ready to explode, we then headed to a birthday party in a roof bar, then an hour of karaoke (which with lots of reverb turns out to be much more fun than I'd expected).
The final blow of the weekend of decadence was surely dedicating the whole of Sunday to one (unlimited, of course) buffet lunch. A Shanghai tradition, this is apparently one of the best ...
... for taking the time to listen to him. The stand was making mixed drinks with Jameson. After finishing the drinks, we decided to keep the Jameson glasses. We thought our free bottles of Jameson would taste better in Jameson glasses. By the end of the night, we tried roughly 15 or 20 different types of whiskey. There were about 30 or 40 companies there, but I don't think we would have been able to walk out of the tasting if we tried every kind. After a while, they all ...