Braim International Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the morning. Luckily, when I found someone who could speak both English and Chinese they told me she had put us on the first train out of Shanghai at 8:30 in the morning on the 5th of November. We left the hotel at 7 and made our way through the metro. The lime green line (2) goes from the park by our hotel straight to the huge train station. When we arrived we were extremely proud of ourselves because using our tickets for reference we read the giant boards ...
... along our climb and descent. The field we ended up in was beautiful and with great views of the mountains. Do you remember I mentioned in an earlier entry that the sky is never blue in HZ because of the pollution? Well, sadly enough the grey haze.is so bad that even at the top of the hill we climbed you can ...
... stopped to get a drink beforehand. It was great to see them and have a chat about our China experiences so far. I guess being an pair is a big thing to have in common, it bonds you automatically unlike many other jobs (batching at BCC eh Jo!? Was never what kept you and I in convo! Does that make sense?!) It is quite funny that now my main source of convo and news I want to share with others is ...
We then went to Starbucks (I got a vanilla latte) and we sat outside until it was dark, just chatting about general things, from our likes and dislikes to MBTI.
We walked around for a short while in the dark, admiring the city and it's pretty, artificial lights. The hubbub of the area was peaceful and content, and we even saw a ...
... town and we could see that Hangzhou is prosperous and well developed, with lots of new buildings and good infrastructure. We passed some poorer areas too but they exist everywhere. At the hotel, another Banyan Tree, Mike's email of complaint about the previous two we had stayed at had produced a positive explosion of attempts to put things right. The staff are rather embarrassingly trying to do everything to please. We are rather obvious because I think we are the ...