Blue Palace Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... enjoy the bamboo corridors, lotus ponds, and bonsai displays. The weather was fantastic and we enjoyed meandering through the many pathways and took numerous photographs of the lovely displays. We left the Gardens and headed to Tiger Hill. According to some historical records, the Wu King Helu was buried on the hill, called then "the Hill Emerging from the Sea". The legend goes that three days after his burial a white tiger appeared squatting on the hill; hence, the ...
... Luckily we met a lovely family from Texas who happen to be living in China and gladly helped us purchase a ticket. We were so grateful to them that day. It can be a very frustrating situation for both parties when you can’t speak their language, especially Chinese when it is written in symbols instead of words. Google Translater has been a lifesaver. We walked down to ‘Old Shanghai’, a ...
... internet available here is in the foyer of the hotel and costs a bit. It is very unreliable and drops in and out a lot. I have had to get a new password around 7 times already. It took me 40 minutes last night to upload one photo. Most of e text is going live but I am afraid you will have to wait until we hit Berlin for all the photos to upload to the blog! The concert opened to a cheerleading routine to the song 'night to remember' from High School Musical.... -Georgie ...
... of people to employ.
After 20 minutes the 4 of us arrived at the counter and Craig and Siobhan were processed with no issues and could have been on their way for a nice drink BUT the lovely young lady on the counter started asking Tony and Helen questions about why we did not have tickets to leave New Zealand, because the Shanghai computer that links with the NZ computer was saying we could not fly on unless we purchased a ticket and purchased one ...
... grannies walked passed and then she was swearing too.
After walking down a road filled with an array of shops selling anything and everything, we saw signs for Yuyuan Gardens. We followed the signs which led us onto a long winding bridge. On either side of the bridge there seemed to be some sort of historical display. It would have been nice to stroll along and read the signs but we were pushed along by the hundreds of people all welding there ...