Zhouzhuang Tingyuxuan Inn
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We woke up really early, had breakfast, and boarded the bus to go back to Shanghai.
In just under 2 hours, we were there, and went down to explore the illegal (and yet infamous?) underground markets.
After some questionable bartering skills, we all got some goods to bring home, and headed to the JinMao tower.
We got the hop-on hop off bus tour to take us around the city.
One bus tour was 40 USD and one was 40 ...
... every detail, while all I could hear were loud announcements & the general rumble of an unfamiliar tongue surrounding me. The sticky heat made for a double sensory enjoyment - I felt very warm, but also got to enjoy the lovely smell of many other warm bodies. After making it through customs we began the adventure through the airport & the subway. It ran relatively smooth until Chelsea & I got separated from our group because the door shut before we got ...
... it's difficult to describe) which was absolutely delicious along with our daily apple. Street food is probably our favourite part of China. The rest of the afternoon was spent in the hostel reading and at the post office posting my trainers along with a few small gifts that Lucy and I had purchased. Don't get too excited though, it takes over a month to post a package home from China! For dinner we went to ...
After a long work week (even a conference call before leaving for the airport), its time to start the multi-leg journey to meet up with my friends in Marseilles. One group left a week earlier last week for Spain first. Another group left yesterday (after a little mishap) for Paris. We are all meeting up in Marseilles on Saturday morning.
After owning a car for over 3 years and putting just a little under 12,000km (yes, very little) on it, I decided ...
Basically it's a Spanish restaurant, but as I'm not a Spanish food lover, I have no idea of the how the food is cooked here. All I can tell you is that they do provide lunch set at RMB88, including pre-meal bread (that's always my favourite part), salad, main course (typical Spanish Chicken/seafood Rice), and a coffee/tea. Compared to the price on the menu, that's a budget and worth to try if you are really into the Spanish food.
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