Ziyu Hotel (Zhongguan Road)
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... thats the long and short of how I ended up with a frog leg on my chopsticks, dangerously close to my lips. After an internal "just do it Alex, it's not poison!" and a gulp, I bit down. My first thought... 'chewy'. My second thought, 'its actually not that bad'. My third thought and overall rating? 'I can see the appeal, and the spiciness was amazing, but maybe the texture is not for me. However, were I asked to eat spicy frog legs again I'd give it another go.' Basically, not ...
We started off the day with a visit to the Damai offices to buy our tickets for The Sound of Music on Wednesday! Unfortuantely we were not able to purchase tickets for Michael Buble in Shanghai, even though this was apparently the head office of the company - he ho! We then went to Zincang Cultural Street, which was an old industrial building which had been made into an arts and food hutong. The ...
... all the cities we have seen: the green ones and the purple ones. Maybe they would do with a little more creativity!
We also went to the Silk Market and the Pearl Market, where there are people who arrive with empty suitcases or they just buy them there so they can be filled with goods. We wanted to have some dresses made but we realized that it was more expensive than buying them in Europe and we were not ...
smoking. A smoker was near us occasionally but no where near enough
to say we were affected by it; yey!
Now, politeness...better then Moscow but not what we would call
polite in England. There often isn't enough space to have personal
space and pushing seems to be taught from a young age with kids being
the worst to physically move you out of the way if they want to get
around and then drag their parents through too (unless this is just a
... a village outside the city the following night, and in Nagano after that, she said they'd do their best to get our bags to us in the mountain village, even if it was very late. They wouldn't be able to deliver to Nagano (and all our ski clothes were in our suitcases!) So we crossed our fingers and took the train from the airport to our hotel. By the time we arrived it was nearly midnight, almost everything was closed, but we were happy just to be able to go to ...