Jinjiang Inn (Shanghai North Bund)
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... Today we came across a street full of tailors, another full of eateries (just can't describe them as cafes) that would causes NZ health inspectors life thretening palpatations. Our favourite was a strip of shops we dubbbed Moore Wilson's Shanghai style, where each tiny shop specialised in a particular catering product from industrial mixers, plastics - plates/cups/cutlery, dispoables - straws/paper cups/plates/serviettes, wet goods - premade sauces/pickles/spreads etc, dry ...
... is very unhappy!.
Taking bets as to what time we will arrive! :(
We finally get into our hotel. We have only had problems at two hotels and they are both Sheraton. An hour to check in and only one room ready at 6.30 at night.
After much to do Sheila and Graham get upgraded but no view. I won't stay at Sheraton again Sheila booked this two months ago!
... br> The weekend after Nate left, Lindsey and I hosted a dinner party at our apartment. We had 12 or 13 guests. I cooked cheeseburgers and hamburgers for everyone. Lindsey made her olive oil, tomato, and feta cheese bread dip. Before everyone arrived, we made some homemade peanut butter cups together. Her co-workers also brought over a bunch of different foods like a cheese ball, taco dip, deviled eggs, and goulash. Luis and her parents brought over a bunch of ...
... from the local stands/ stores. There is one near our side gate, but they charged me 13 rmb for three apples. There was one inside our complex on our walk to work, the eggs were good but the apples were a little older. The one we recently bought from, also in our complex near the front gate, got us 5 apples and 3 large potatoes for 14 rmb. And the goods were of high quality. Awesome!
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... but it was mainly just artefacts labelled with their age and where they were found. Only so much I could do of that! Needed some exhibits that talked about the culture, how people lived, life-changing events etc. Most of the items in the museum are older than civilisation in NZ - the oldest thing we came across was pottery dating back to circa 4000BC. I did find it strange that nearly everything in the museum is apparently in 1 piece. None of them have (apparently) ...