Xinzhou Boutique Business Hotel Shaoxing Keqiao Diyang Road
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... tunnels flooded and cars were forced off the road. We were fortuitously beside a large gas station as we got off the road so pulled in for shelter. 3 hours later we were still there...stranded at a gas station. The good news is we had food, drink and washrooms. Mom bought the only bottle of red wine at the gas station (which Tara joked would taste better because it had aged on the shelf for 3+ years). Everyone joined in. Most of us had ice ...
... lovely, she told us she was 57, and her son is an English teacher. Her English didn't stretch to anything more than 'very goode' but she was fun! We watched them starting to prepare the food for the evening and then ordered spicy cauliflower, prawns and spicy mushrooms. It was all delicious. Then we watched stalls being wheeled down the street ...
... street a bit and met some lovely stray dogs that weren't poodles like most of the dogs here and stopped in a store where a lady asked if we were Russian. We look Russian. (The Russian thing mainly happens to me in Hangzhou, Shanghai is international enough people have seen plenty of blonde and red haired Americans.) we also stopped at Dan's favorite noodle people. They are from Mao Zedong's hometown, Shaoshan in Hunan, and make some delicious spicy noodles! Hooray for ...
... keep pollution down within the city.
We ended the day by heading back to the lake for a short cruise. One thing that happens to me is that people like to have a photo with me, as I am a westerner. It's very sweet when they ask, although I was a little confused when it first happened. This happened to me on the boat again and I thought it was quite fun.
Today was a fabulous day.
... spoke English. As you do in these situations, the few Westerners set up a small communication network and shared any snippets of information we were able to glean from various sources. Apparently the Chinese also had no idea what was happening so we just stayed alert to ensure we didn't miss the gate. Luckily there was a break in the weather and we made it on to the plane. Ultimately the wait wasn't that bad but of course it was very boring.