Yashidu Suites Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... fast food and lots of red stuff for Chinese New Year. Close to this area is the Yuyuan Garden which is about 400 years old and used to belong to a high ranking rich official. In 1945 it was appropriated by the government as was all private property. It consists of several old pretty wooden buildings linked by covered walkways so that no matter what the weather you can always walk through it and see the different lakes and stonework. All the ...
... then back along Nanjing Road to our Shanghai ‘home’ where we picked up our luggage and headed back out to Hongqaio Railway Station to catch our overnight sleeper train to Huangshan.
The story doesn’t end peacefully there ..... you see, we thought we were sitting comfortably and in time for our overnight sleeper train, but when we got to Hongqaio Railway Station, we learnt that we were ...
... walking around, shopping, meeting interesting people, eating good food, enjoying a good book and a coffee/tea break. She's the coffee drinker of the two of us, and our daily trips to Starbucks or McDonalds were for her not me, though I did have a McDonalds breakfast one morning - it's so good and so bad! We usually took busses and the metro, which is very convenient, and still I felt like I spent half my time in Shanghai in transit. That, I think, speaks to how ...
... another with shrimp and another with shrimp and crab. All dunked in chilli and Ginger. Perfect at 9am, I'm sure you will agree. We wasn't finished yet though, it was across the road to the fried dumplings shop next. No tables were free But Apparently you can just put your food on someone else's table and stand around making it obvious you are waiting. We had a black rice bean and milk coffee thing to. Strange! Stone (the Chinese ...
... The previous day we had purchased tickets to a local acrobatic show, quite famous in the region. We had seen clips on TV of guys spinning plates and what not but did not really know what to expect. The show started with eight girls on unicycles, juggling and leaping around on them. Highly skilled girls that balanced on the unicycles whilst juggling between one another in a circle! Next where eight guys jumping through various hoops, some spinning, each with a ...