Blue Palace Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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I met Ellie and George in Shanghai to start our Girls Gone Wild tour of China. Was so great to see em after 4 long months and we had a right laugh together. I didn't take all that many pics in Shanghai as I had already visited in November but it was great to go back again and to see the gals. ...
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Happy New Year All!!
After a wonderful month in NH catching up with friends and a quick visit to Canada to see family, we arrived back in Shanghai on Jan 2nd with Tyler in tow. The 10 days flew by and he is back at Tufts and settling into his student life once again.
First off, despite the long plane ride Tyler thought his vacation was off to a grand start. He thoroughly enjoyed the service, food and movies in business class .After arriving and Jim and ...
... to use our translation....we must sound quite entertaining 'cos we get some smiles and giggles. After a bit of exploring the weird, interesting, kitsch and funny shops, we found a place called Nana's green tea to eat lunch. The menu seemed alright, I thought by the pictures (and by the conversation with the waitress who spoke absolutely no English) that I could find something vegetarian and obviously Robs was happy to have the chicken and rice. ...
What up, Dorothy? I feel you girl.
So let's get real for second. No matter how happy I am I took the leap of faith and got on a plane to move across the ocean and do something new (clearly I don’t fully understand the concept of baby steps), I’m still going to miss a few things. And complain about some things. So here it goes, the list of things one may miss about home when they live in China. ...