Yashidu Suites Hotel
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... to ruins in 1972. However, the reconstruction began after 1984, so the Hall of Heavenly Kings and the Three-Sage Hall were repaired in succession. In 1990, the whole temple was finally opened to the public.Jing'an Temple is one of the most famous temples in Shanghai which is located at West Nanjing Road, the flourishing downtown area of Shanghai. In 1983, it was put on the list of key national ...
... Whilst waiting for the rest of my tour group to arrive, I joined two other Wendy Wu groups for lunch. We were taken to the Rainbow Room. Lovely food, and they were happy to accommodate me. Conversation was odd, there were 10 to a table, lazy Susan setup in the centre. I found I had to start the conversations and keep them going, with a bit of help from an older couple from York. The Aussie sat there for a while, table was eerily quiet. I was youngest, and it worries me a bit ...
... at Three on The Bund (as an aside, with the bird flu scare in Shanghai, and reports in Beijing, this was the only place we came across where chicken & eggs were off the menu). We had a table reserved at the official after party back at M1NT club, so we headed there. It was free to get in, but every table had a minimum spend, so we split that between the 8 of us & had some champagne, a bottle of vodka and a bottle of JD. It seems to be the thing here in ...
Having not heard from my last Chinese exchange partner , Sammy, in a couple of weeks, I decided to get myself a new one.
Emma is a little younger than me I think, and conveniently lives more or less just across the road from me. On Saturday afternoon we met in the sunshine on the outside tables at Cafe Time, the cafe on the ...
... lost in the park trying to find our way out and walked back down to the Bund and visited our Costa Coffee for a restorative iced coffee before watching the boats of the river for a while and coming back to the hotel ready to pack to move on to Xi’an. We’re a bit worried about the next part of the holiday as we have a guide in each place and we have got quite used to doing our own thing now and we think it may be a bit restrictive - but we’ll see how it ...