Baolong Homelike Hotel Shanghai Luojing
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... few times already, but of course, I have forgotten them by the time the lesson is over.
After hours activities are, of course, just as important in life, and so we have discovered a couple of bars and four cafés so far.
We have also had our first visitor - Paul - a brother of one of Meg's good friends. He has moved to China to study Chinese, and will be living in Hangzhou. He spent his first week exploring Shanghai, and ...
This day is all what this trip is about. We got to see Tian! Yingie, Yang Rui, Shan and I got up early, everything was ready and went to pick her up at 8am. We got there early and waited in the cold for a while. When Tian appeared there, we were all so excited and happy to see her. Big hugs and whisked her in a taxi. It was so early that the shopping centre we wanted to go was still shut. We tried to find big Macs and ...
... then I was stuck. Fact. Stuck. Like a fat pig. In my Grandma's dress. She was considerably smaller than I was, in fact I hadn't even been able to zip the zipper, but still! I got it on! Shouldn't I be able to get it off? As I was reaching a panic zone, yelling for my Mom and sister and wondering about the breathability of wedding dress material, I heard Heather laughing and the click of her cell phone. Thanks, kid. Thanks for being so sympathetic.
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... ve been there. There was a very, very long line, about 50 or 60 people, waiting for some enticing smelling bouza, similar to dumplings. Louise told us they were famous for their name, but not necessarily the best tasting out there. Then in the evening, we went to a restaurant that serves fondue on Sundays. We were slightly alarmed when the waitress initially told us they just stopped serving the fondue, but then the assistant manager came over and assured us it was ok, and ...
... a really nice feel to the place. This area, combined with Tianzifang and Xintiandi, are all similar - warrens of streets like alleyways, which house design studios, cafes and boutiques - all among private old charming dwellings. This makes for a very interesting few hours of just wandering around exploring - while trying not to get totally lost! However, the cafes/restaurants in these parts are pretty ...