Yihe Longbai Shanghai Hotel
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... faced with an interminable queue and it takes us about 45 minutes to get our boarding passes. Even though we left in plenty of time we only have 15 minutes to boarding. The Sky Team lounge is miles away from the gate so we go to the gate lounge. It's absolute chaos and note to self for next time (?), never travel in China on a Saturday because everyone else is. We must catch a shuttle bus to the plane and this time, business class does get priority and ...
... a street of restaurants to grab some dinner. We went our separate ways after some food, and Emily and I walked back along the main road to the hostel. After having been most bluntly propositioned by a man along the way - the conversation went like this: "Are you lost? Do you need help?" "No, we're fine thanks, we know where we are" "Okay. Do you want to have sex?" "Umm, again, we're fine thanks!" Guess you have to give him points for getting right down to the heart of the ...
... dates back to 1912. The bar is 110 feet long and is the former Shanghai Club an exclusive British Gentlemens club. For a time it was also a KFC in the 1990's. Luckily for us it was brought back to its original splendor. There was a jazz trio to enjoy and the singer happens to be a Dallas gal! Walking the Bund was our nightcap especially while watching the neon lights being turned off one building at a time only to do the neon dance again ...
... a side trip to Suzhou, silk and canal city, the Venice of China...and then one more day in Shanghai and we're homeward bound and I'll get a chance to kick back and reflect on this amazing four weeks. I'll try to post once more after the visit to Suzhou... a farewell posting for this amazing summer. And for those of you who are wondering and who've asked, this summer I'm in the middle of Pearl of China, a book by ...
... liked and didn't like. We ate lunch at the same restaurant both days as we did last weekend. I didn't mind because there was quite a good variety of food to eat (10-12 different dishes each day). I just got home from training and decided to write this before I get too tired and lazy. I think Lindsey and I are going to go to the DVD shop that cooks barbecue at night and have dinner. I'll let you know how it tasted on a later date. Hope you're all doing well!