Fraser Residence Shanghai
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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After a long 6 weeks of being apart, we were all thrilled to be reunited in the Shanghai International Airport. Our flight was uneventful except for a guy who sat by Elizabeth and picked his nose 8 out of the 12 hours on the flight.
Our digs in Shanghai are beautiful. We have a large apartment where each kid has their own room and bathroom …
... and a man came over to us and tried to encourage us to participate. He spoke English and when he found out we were from Australia, starting to sing the complete rendition of Click Go The Shears!! It was unexpected but hilarious!! There is always a surprise awaiting you just around the corner. We ventured home via the subway and popped our head up a short distance from our hotel. We had a few major roads to cross. Great care needs to be taken over here when ...
... an international airport. Well bloody hell you just wouldn't believe it unless you experienced it, people everywhere again, you have to wonder were they are all going. We are on the train, this is going to be and experience of a life time, this is just the local train and there are at least 16 cartridges , each cartridge has 118 seats and plus about 50 people standing with all their bits and pieces, kids yelling and a water Melon rolling down the isle. I think it's going to be a long ...
Met Will at the Grand Mercure Baolong Hotel where we have checked in ready to visit Shanghai IB Centre We got a taxi to Xintiendi, which is a lovely revamped area of Shanghai near People's Square, which is full of little designer art shops and places to eat. ...
I completed a window sketch yesterday, which is pasted here.
This morning we traipsed up and down The Bund attempting forlornly to find a branch of the Huaxi Bank open. At one stage we ended on the sixth floor where there was a bar, no bank, and a cleaning lady told us that the bar opened in the afternoon. Right address, no bank.
Pat is trying to transfer money for our Yangtze cruise without any success. She rang the cruise company but decided to try to organise it ...