Acme Sun Hall Serviced Apartment
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... bought two BEAUTIFUL silk dresses,too. One is a blue and white flowery pattern while the other is a wild peacock design. G-Dad and I walked around for a while and saw roasted pigeon. Yuck/yum?!?!?! Lunch was at M on the Bund and we sat with Jan, Ed K, Terry and David. At dessert Jan refused the dragon fruit. : ). We took a tour to the Pudong and specifically to the 'bottle opener' building.We then found ourselves on a high speed elevator up 95 floors, ...
... is supported by three enormous columns that start underground. The tower has fifteen observatory levels. The highest (known as the Space Module) is at 350 m ( 1148 ft ). The lower levels are at 263 m ( 863 ft ) (Sightseeing Floor) and at 90 m ( 295 ft ) ( Space City ). There is a revolving restaurant at the 267 m ( 876 ft ) level. The project also contains exhibition facilities, restaurants and a shopping mall. There is also a 20 room hotel called the Space Hotel ...
... mind you with 2 others. Two very nice last coffees from the lounge and off we headed to board the plane. A few snoozers, some very pleasant meals accompanied by a few drinks followed by a ver sad comedy (which I gave up on) we arrived in shanghai. Phew bit hot, but also greeted by that very distinctive Asian smell. Love it. Met by our tour guide and headed off to our hotel. It nice, but really when the temperature is35 degrees does the toilet seat really need to ...
Jon and I left Boston at 7:00 am after staying up all night packing and trying to beat jet lag. Poor decision. We were so tired and exhausted that I am pretty sure we hallucinated on the plane. Not to mention the sleeping and malaria pills we were taking. Basically, the flight to China was 24 hours of misery.
WE FINALLY ARRIVED IN SHANGHAI.
Customs was surprisingly easy and ...
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