Yihe Longbai Shanghai Hotel
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... transferred to Yangshou with us, so we met her and Bobby and his mate took us into Yangshou. I swear to the man in the sky (If you’re into all that) that I got whip lash from that car journey from the airport into Yangshou. So my first experience of Chinese roads was not a good one – the roads are really wide and whilst cars are supposed to drive on the right hand side they don’t actually abide by the rule, so you have Lorries ...
... one was a little tough and of unknown origin, Gerrie refused to eat it.
I will be carrying those power bars where ever we go.
We are being told by our guide the breakfasts are western style, the lunches and dinners are Chinese.
It is early morning, 0500 hrs ( just like being at home) as I start writing this blog looks like it maybe a hazy day, no SPF 50 required today. So far the jet lag is not a ...
... the States.
We took a cable car part of the way up the mountain.About half way up we passed through the fog, and we couldn't see anything. But fortunately, we came up out of the fog and saw the tops of the mountains--wonderful! We hiked for one hour on up the mountain and took dozens of photos. We found a spot to eat our picnic lunch, and before it was over, we had our picture made with six or eight Chinese. They love to ...
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"Ding Ding How! She-en she-en"
(Very, very good thank you)
A short blog today as a half day :)
Worst night sleep ever last night. Chinese beds are so hard you you numb in the night. Last sleeper train for a while now though thank god! Arrive in Shanghai about 8 and got to our hotel around 9:30. Our hotel is super swanky! Best bit though? A ...
Before security we snack at the 'lucky shamrock' or 'rucky shamrock' on one of their signs:-) no delays thankfully and we are off for a one hour flight to Shanghai's Hongqiao airport. Leslie has texted Ken who has arranged a driver to pick her up. It turns out to only be an hour's drive for her. Her driver was there in the line of greeters holding up a sign that said 'Leslie'. We carried on, on our own, a bit of a rarity on this trip, heading to the taxi stand. As we pass the ...