Yue Hua Hotel
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... were better for night at dinner, because you generally got western toilets (with paper) and therefore didn't need pockets. Although some toilets did trick you with the toilet paper - it was there, but outside the toilets near the vanity, who knew!!! We have tried to wash small things, but they don't dry in time! Losing things You become paranoid about losing stuff. I am not sure how many times I would panic about the iPad, and poor Phil would be frantically ...
I was woken by a poke from a train lady informing me in Chinese that we were arriving soon. I groggily woke, having not had the best nights sleep thanks to a phlegmy, gurgly sleeper below me. After brushing my teeth and leaving the carriage as the men were staring far too much for this time in the morning, I waited for us to arrive. I made my way to the subway but then as it was completely packed as rush hour was just starting (I couldn't even get to the corridor to the subway) ...
... than other Chinese cities, but compared to England we found it to be very cheap. Like in Yangshuo, if you chose to eat in a Western restaurant you would often pay Western prices. In Huai'an a 2.5 litre bottle of coke costs 65p. In Shanghai, a 2 litre bottle of coke costs 80p, in England a 2 litre bottle of coke costs £2. Finding the hotel was another problem, we found the station, we found the street, we found the number for the hotel, ...
... canadian cup of coffee). My next flight was Chinese Easter Airlines to Shanghai. It was quite a nice airline contrary to what I had heard (tho the service was lacking) The food was... well it was airplane food. But it had a spot to charge your devices and each seat had its own large TV. Oh yea.. and i can't forget about the free beer and wine! that was a plus. A 12 hr flight is actually quite hard to ...
... grew up) about all of our family stories.
Food in Shanghai is sophisticated. Well, not all of it---Shanghai noodles and dumplings were especially yummy and spicy! But lots of the restaurants that are focused on the young are trendy and chic, and international chefs create the food so it’s a mixture of Chinese and Continental cooking. We went to one restaurant called Sasha in the former French concession (it was owned and governed by the French ...