Best Western Pudong Sunshine Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to make western food.
The 2 big highlights I will probably never forget is the wine tasting and hole in the wall restaurant. I was just wandering by and I walked past an oyster bar restaurant with a wine tasting room adjacent to the street. So I turned around and walked back in, only a couple people there but they were from Hong Kong and Canada, could speak perfect English so I chatted for a little while. Turns ...
Breaking The Bubble
It seemed as if today was going to be uneventful. I woke up for People's Sunrise Number Six, which like yesterday was heavily blotted by the smog. In fact today’s air pollution was the worst it has been since we arrived. I would describe the sunrise to you but it is exactly like yesterday’s. In fact so much so that when I was trying to upload the pictures I had a hard time discerning between the two. Renee decided ...
... glass. I concede...there were clean Western toilets.....but even this had the gloss removed...because the toilets were in cubicles smaller than on an aircraft. It's hard to go when you are laughing yourself silly because your knees are pressed against the door! Needless to say, when Miranda asked us if we enjoyed lunch, we told her this was not our favourite meal. That triggered phone calls, discussions, interviews with the restaurant manager and reports ...
... and watch the sun go down from the Cloud 9 bar on the 87th floor. We then tried and failed to catch a ferry back across the river so caught the metro back and had dinner at a chinese resturant on Nanjing Road.
After dinner Jen and I ditched the kids and headed to a nearby hotel to quietly drink a bottle of C******nay lamenting the last real day of our holiday.....
... a stand full of stuff he would end up carrying.
After this we decided to take a stroll through People's Park which is bang in the centre of the city, but this proved to be harder than it sounds due to the sheer amount of Chinese people all on their hols at the same time!
Next stop was a walk down Nainjing Road a famous shopping street to The Bund. Now we thought that the park was busy until we arrived at the shopping street! Crazy ...