Venus International Hotel Shanghai South Railway Station Guangda
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... pleasantly surprised to be herded through all the customs rigmarole fairly quickly and 45 minutes later we are in the lounge waiting to see Jo. She's caught the bus, so is a bit late, but eventually we are united and we head for a taxi, which fails to come, so we take the bus. It's an easy journey almost door to door, so much cheaper than a taxi, but of course is cashless. Oyster card purchase tomorrow. Jo is looking very well and it's great to catch up again ...
... the end of this year and will be the tallest building in China. It is so high you have to lean your head so far back to see the top. Anyway, we decided to get dressed up (me in flip flops as I don't have any heels) and go up Jin Mao Tower. The grand Hyatt is in that building and Cloud 9 bar. We were both really nervous going in haha we thought they might turn us away but they didn't. We were escorted through to the first lift. 0 to 54 floors. Our ...
... up taking the subway to a place called People’s Square, whereupon we found people selling Big Bus tours for 300rmb which actually included tickets for quite a lot of stuff, and we could see the city without having to drag our bags. We opted for ...
... prospered through clothing and rice businesses.
Today, old historical buildings such as rice shops, banks, spice stores and even a Qing dynasty post office can still be found.The village prospered through clothing and rice businesses.
Zhujiajiao has many sites of historic interest, such as Fangsheng Bridge, Kezhi Garden and the Yuanjin Buddhist Temple.
We were given a number on a ticket and a form to fill in (Do you have AIDS? Yes/No etc) and directed to wait in a room to be called forward.
In the first room I was told to take off my shoes and stand on some scales, the lady then noted my weight down on the form and handed it back to me, along with a locker key, a sort of dressing gown and some blue shoe covers. “Number 9, this is yours. Take off your clothes. Only to the waist. Take off your necklace and ...