Jinjiang Inn (Shanghai Jujin Road)
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... After eating we exited alongside a group of extremely tall foreigners whose origins and language I could not fathom. We traipsed through the steamy, hot and humid yard outside. We dodged the confusion of Chinese and Foreign tourists, spotting terrapins and small galaxies of fat orange, carp swimming outside Shanghai's most famous tea house. It was famous for the recent visit of our own HRH Elizabeth II. I joked with Lily that it would now be famous for the visit ...
... rest of the tour......se la vie. Typical, I met a couple who live around the corner in Aberfoyle Park. After lunch I took myself to the Shanghai Museum, when I say took myself, I mean I hopped in a taxi and held on for dear life. I realise people need to get around, it just seems the wetter the faster. The museum is fantastic, and I was lucky to visit "Barbizon through Impressionism" what was a private collection of French impressionist paintings, setup by Sterling ...
... have something that feels a bit like home so close by.
After that big shopping tour. The basics are missing. I am running 5times through the Tesco but at the end I find everything I need! Inclusive a tea bottle - a plastic bottle with a sieve to filter the green tea when drinking. I guess a must have in this country!
... Traditional fillings include berry, lemon, bean and meat. You see the dilemma already, don't you? For someone who can't read Chinese, this leaves a 50/50 chance for taste bud revolt.
In addition to moon cakes, you also get to watch fireworks! While I was originally told the incorrect location to watch fireworks (thanks for nothing, Helen), we did manage to find some amazing fireworks! Of course, there wasn't an amazing castle backdrop but ...
... of commodities in China, even in southern Asia, meeting the n eeds of different strata of consumers.
We had dinner in Nanjing Road.
We received in the morning of September 9 an introduction course and a culture course at the Xu Bo Art & Culture Exchange, located at South Wan Ping Road in Shanghai.
At 14:00, we took the fast train from Shanghai to Suzhou in only 25 minutes because of 298 km/h (185 miles) speed. ...