Nevertheless, I was ecstatic to have had the opportunity to travelling further along the route this time, as opposed to running.
Within the recently furnished supermarket was a hair salon and Xin Fu Tang kiosk (apparently not the only one in Richmond?!). One look at its menu had me shuddering at its prices. I turned away, opting to channel my efforts towards locating a recycling bin by the self-scan machines (there weren't any) and later by the Best Buy (huzzah!)
In the meantime, an out-of-town couple had reached out to me to inquire of dinner availability. I agreed, then quickly hurried to our next stops.
South Silk Road, a Chinese eatery that the Thai ahgase and I strode by multiple times during our stay at the Executive, had been the choice of the evening. Parking was limited beyond a residential underground garage, thus paid street parking emerged as the most viable option.
Dishes varying in spice level had been selected, leaving me to nibble away at the steamed wrappers in the absence of tolerable sustenance.