Motel 268 (Shanghai Xiangyang North Road)
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We ate lunch at a dumpling restaurant which had delicious dumplings and green tea, and we had dinner at another place that had chicken feet and frog on the menu, but we stuck to duck and noodles!
Tonight we are trying our best not to go to bed before eight, which is proving to be a struggle! Hopefully by tomorrow we will be fully adjusted to the time difference.
... beef sandwich, and c) an extremely questionable bowl of white paste that I can only compare to watery oatmeal kinda. Pretty much what you'd expect on an airplane.
After the longest flight/day of my life, we finally landed at 3:30 and were hit with a giant wave of humidity the minute we stepped off the plane.
After almost making the news with a disastrous pileup at the bottom of the escalator, we took our lives in our hands again and got in a coach bus. If ...
Paul thought all of his Christmases had come at once today.
We were headed towards a couple of sites and took what we thought was a backstreet by the name of Beijing. To Paul's absolute delight(!) the street was completely chockers with the equivalent of industrial part supply shops: electrical, hydraulic, gauge, machine, tool etc etc - you name it, it was all there. Paul walked from shop to shop with his mouth open constantly saying: ...
... she was in a fish bowl. Just then, Grant looked down the escalator with his hawk like eyes and saw the sign for b2.
Wow!! That was the biggest food court we had ever seen. It had ALL kinds of little fast food restaurants selling everything! The first place we saw had small ...
more, successfully food-pushing (which is the same in every language)until we
had no choice but give in and eat more. They didn’t have a lot of money so the
house was quite sparse, but they had somehow managed to scrounge up 10 chairs
for us to sit in while they pointed out all their children, grand-children and
great-grand-children whose photos covered the walls.
Next we walked to a little building that served as a ...