Baolong Homelike Hotel Shanghai Luojing
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... customs and lack of modern conveniences; however, I continued counting my blessings that I was in the country exploring the way I always wanted.
Shanghai is where executives come to conduct business and form partnerships.If you were asked to go to China for a conference, business deal, meeting, etc. most likely it will take place in Shanghai. It's where the posh chill out. If you were destined to hob-nob with celebrities, Shanghai is where you would find ...
... Ah well all is not lost we bought an extra bag HA HA HA So tomorrow we bid farewell to Beijing and head for Xian and the Terracotta Warriors via the bullet train for most of the group this is a first. One thing that really stands out here in China is the rebuilding program everywhere they are building new blocks of apartments tearing down the old and rebuilding new. In the city centre of Beijing and Shanghai cranes dott the skyline with the new office ...
... we’ll get dinner on our own tonight, but tomorrow’s last meal will be awesome. We get checked in and head up to our room. The room is a bit disappointing, but the view is pretty good. We meet up with Tim and Susan and head to the mall, attached to the hotel. I have to admit we want to eat something not presented on an LS. We settle on KFC. I can’t remember the last time I ate KFC, but I will tell you this was the best ...
... us a bottle of the devils spirit. Australian customs would have a field day with that one.
Arriving in Yangshou was pretty cool. Our big old boat pulled up to the river bank lined with touts selling touristy **** and we knew this was a touristy town. I was happy, as I knew I could get my fill of western food. After we checked into our hostel, Monkey Janes Guesthouse, we headed up to the rooftop bar. For two reasons, one to be anywhere but our ...
... China love their tea, all day, everyday. Unlike at home, no one uses tea bags here and rather just loose tea leaves. With a pinch of leaves, you can refill your glass or bottle up to 5 times within two days. Late March and early April are the prime time for picking, and we got the grade A batch for the year. I don't know if I've mentioned this but everywhere we go, we always are "forced" to go to these places where they sell things. Whether it ...