However, we passed ordering those ' Sea Intestines' 海腸子. They are fat earth worm like swimming creatures.
This was where we sat down to have our afternoon tea, 意式風情街.
Many wedding couples came to take photos here. We saw 3 pairs within a short while.
This is Ling, MeiLing's staff in Tianjin, with her RMB30000 camera.
I admire her posture while shooting a bride nearby.
A short detour to a food street to try something like our 'putu piring', but coated with jam, instead of brown sugar & coconut.
Also we waited for this 'Hum Chin Phen' to be ready. They are called 耳朵眼 in China ;) Filling inside is also red bean paste.
Meanwhile, we wanted this drink, only to find out that the worker had clocked out.
Oh, this is a government operated 囯營 restaurant, no wonder ;(
On the dot, the workers stopped working!
Finally, the 'Hum Chin Phen' arrived, and you can see how simple was the restaurant.
As we were in Tianjin, we must take the world famous dumpling, 狗不理包子. This is our 3rd trial, still not impressed, except by its price.
However, by all fairness, the 包子 were very nicely wrapped.....
After dinner, we adjourned to Tianjing Train station, which is just beside the Haihe explanade.
The extent of the lighting here were far beyond our expectation. Tianjin has really changed so much, since we last visited 5 years ago.
Time had come for us to bid farewell to Tianjin.Bye ......and Julie looked sad while posting in front of the High Speed Train.