Yihe Longbai Shanghai Hotel
Travel Blogs from Shanghai
... stalls and restaurants we stopped at to sample delicacies, some better than others and hopefuly not too much of a challenge to our digestive systems -will let you know on that one tomorrow.
Thank fully we took the advice and caught a taxi back to the apartment, the lack of street lighting meant we would never have found our way back in the dark. As hard as the beds are, they suddenly felt very inviting.
... way, i was so glad we went to where we did! It was amazing, you had to take a lift up, and as soon as the lift opened i was blown away! Every inch of the place was covered with scribblings on the walls, lanterns, big woodern tables and a lot of western people drinking out of mini buckets!
We had a great sing along to tunes, drank out of buckets, had a few cocktails, met some german people who were brill and had a really great night...shame we had chinese class at 8:30am!
... boss, Morgan, and a professor Lindsey had from Western Michigan University at the Shanghai World Financial Center (currently the tallest building in Shanghai) for lunch. Lindsey's professor had Morgan speak in one of her classes so he invited her to come visit his school in Shanghai. She brought along her two children and her husband. We ate on the 91st floor of the building. The view is incredible. It is crazy how large of a city Shanghai is. The restaurant is ...
... have to happen...with appropriate flotation devices of course.
From the Bund we walked over to the world's tallest observatory. Fact. The tallest in the WHOLE WIDE WORLD! I think that it being the tallest observatory would have made it a bit frightening in and of itself but the Shanghai World Financial Center Observatory also has a glass floor. Yup. Glass. Floor. Now, as I child, I always had a morbid curiosity as to how ...
... and I'm sure in his mind we were getting ready to Tennessee, since that's what we've always done in the past when Mom packs....
I finally managed to leave the house and tried not to think about how long I would be gone.
We got to the airport and I snuck all my extra large luggage in. 49.5 lbs and 51 lbs. My carry-on wasn't addressed so I just went on. We had some time before I had to go through the gate to visit, and be silly, but the moment of me leaving soon ...
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility