Shanghai Ever Sunshine Hotel
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... and magnates. I like to think I was a bit more sensible with my purchases, but I too succumbed to a pair of shoes and an HDMI cord. Either way, whatever we bought it was incredibly cheap and wouldn’t hurt us in the long run. Time will tell how the shoes will hold up.
Once we finished with the market we headed back to the hostel to recover our senses before a night out in town. In the hostel, regaining our strength, I bumped into one of my dorm mates and we ...
... the varieties and brands of commodities in China, even in South East Asia.
We just walked along the street which turned out to be very busy although it was a weekday. We managed to spot several bronze thematic statues (mostly families doing their shopping) that constituted a good reason for Chinese people to take thousands of photos. We also noticed that there were small trains carrying people from one end of the Nanjing Road to another. Since one ticket cost only RMB 5 ...
"A journey is best measured in friends, rather than miles.” – Tim Cahill Upon saying my goodbyes to Amy and Evan, my next stop after Japan was going to be Thailand via a three hour layover in Shanghai. Turns out you can spend up to 72 hours in Shanghai, so long as you don't leave the city limits ... a law that this foreigner would not care to test. At the suggestion of my travel agent, who by the way kicks ass should you ever want some assistance planning your ...
... are better than others, but none are free. Families must pay tuition to send their kids to high school. In the 1970's only 4% of kids went to university.. now 90% of students meet the criteria to go to university after they have graduated.
We then went to dinner. There are a few dining halls here. One specializes in Korean food. So I had a Stone Pot. It was pretty much rice, fried veggies, bean sprouts, ...
... Had breakfast at the new atrium café, the variety was great and so were the staff. It was a nice atmosphere. The doorman and bellboys were very pleasant and helpful. Overall, I had an awesome stay. Kudos shanghai Hilton. Location wise, I cant complaint as it wasn’t situated in the popular shopping districts but the Jing An Station is just 5-7 Mins away from the hotel so it’s not so bad. Rating Overall: ...