Yashidu Suites Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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... up ordering a "California" style pizza which had beef, BBQ sauce, onions, red peepers, and mushroom. Not sure what made it Californian but it was surprisingly the same tasting dough as back home. Bruce is dad really liked it but his mom didn't.
We then went back to the hotel for a nice relaxing drink and straight to bed for most of us. Tomorrow will be another pack day sightseeing which I can't wait for.
... had life jackets in there - I am pretty sure he thought I was joking! We were on the cruise ship! Toilets I have pretty much got the hang of the toilets now. Some of the Chinese ladies do not close the door, so I took a peek and am happy I am doing it right. One one occasion, the western toilet was so bad and dirty, that I used the Chinese toilet. There was a line up of Chinese women when I came out and they were so surprised and happy that I used their style of ...
... 18 each for the tickets and the seats had pretty good views. It was on Lowra's bucket list of things to do while in China and if I'm honest I wasn't bothered about watching blokes in tights jumping around a stage doing a few party tricks. Plus the £36 ticket fee put me off with me being a tight **** an all...how wrong was I?! It was fantastic...the talent of the performers was out of this world. Worth every penny just don't tell Lowra as I can't ...
... 268 mph) which I managed to get a picture of.
The line runs from Pudong central station to Pudong International Airport which is a distance of 30km (18.6 mi) and the journey takes 7 minutes and 20 seconds to complete most of which I have on video and will upload at a later date.
After all the ancient wonders we had seen on our tour of China it was a great to see the latest modern technology the country has and get to travel in this ...
... of cooking various a hell of a lot from province to province. You may or may not know that I am less than impressed with Shanghainese food; it is generally sweet and oily, so, when eating out, I tend to avoid it in favour of Yunnan, Sichuan or Xinjiang cuisine. I have to say, though, that dumplings are the exception!!
Shēng jiān bāo are one of the foods that Shanghai is known for (like Beijing for ...