Benjoy Hotel Shanghai Jufeng Road
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the view across the river to Pudong. After a left turn on to the Nanjing Road (another over priced shopping street) we took a detour into the Shanghai Museum before heading back to the Yuyuan bazaar for a late lunch. The bazaar which was deserted at 9.30 this morning was now crowded with tourists. So we didn't loiter but headed back for a swim in the hotel pool which is on the 22nd floor. So whilst having a relaxing soak in the hot tub I had a great view across the ...
... was very interesting. Tried on a few Chinese dresses but they were a tad over the top for back home! About 500 yuan so around £55 but for what they are they're well worth that money. But I'd have absolutely nowhere to wear it. After the silk factory we went to some very expensive shopping district so bought nothing and from here we went to the dinner and Shanghai Skyline. Learnt that Chinese people don't know how to ...
We saw the Three Gorges Dam from outside Taopingxi the town that sits just next to it. Our sights were set on Shanghai now. Reports about the final tour on the Dam were less than rosey - a 3 1/2 hour boat journey on the bit behind the Dam and back end wasn't worth the small fortune they were asking for it. As it happened we had a great view of both sides of the Dam from our coach as we sped towards Yichang ...
... had both American and Chinese food and was very good. Afterwards, we went for a little souvenir shopping before it was time for RC's haircut.
We drove back to the house, and everyone got out except RC and CM. They went to RC's barbershop where a haircut included a head and shoulder massage. CM didn't need a haircut, but he did get his first ever head and shoulder massage in a barbershop. He said it was very good.
Shanghai weather: high of 95 degrees
... that China and Shanghai in particular is famous for and after asking at the hostel were directed to Qipu road which consists of a multi-storey indoor shopping experience with a multitude of small stalls/ shops. Apparently the higher you ascend the higher the price and ostensibly the quality although we had difficulty ascertaining any difference and the price just seemed to drop by itself the more disinterested you appeared. Qipu road was a disappointment ...