Crowne Plaza Shanghai
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... scene nearby where there were literally hundreds of small garage sized bars open to the street that cater to young expatriates who are cashing in on the Shanghai economy.
We soon found our way to the metro and found our way to our hotel station. We found that the Shanghai subway was easy and efficient. Susan had a birthday she will not forget.
Up early this morning. Had breakfast in the lounge before going down at 8.30am to meet our Shanghai greeter Alan and Viviane for the morning. After buying our metro pass we caught the metro to Laoximen station. After climbing 80 stairs we were up to the road. (no lifts or escalators here). We ventured into the Dongtai Markets as it was raining not a lot of the stalls were open, but I did manage to fine a lovely teapot, after that we went ...
... the vast amount of ground to cover. At times the 20 minutes was nowhere near enough (I'll be in touch!), and for other times the time dragged on forever (No, sorry - I'm not in the market for that product. So - how's this weather eh?...).
One of the experienced delegates told everyone a tip beforehand, which was good. Many Chinese companies are HUGE, but you will only meet a person from one specific department trying to sell you their specific product. If it's not ...
... up an entire floor of a mall, we headed on our way through the shopping district of Shanghai. It was raining outside, a hard drizzle, and we headed toward a Haagen Dazs cafe that Lillian was excited to try. Now, we try to avoid doing things here in China that we can do in the US, but this Haagen Dazs was much, much fancier than anything I've seen in the states. In fact, it was so fancy that both Lillian and I felt very uncomfortable being ...
Singular traffic observation of the day (part 2): Before leaving Suzhou, we got on the wrong bus and ended up in a new, distant, spacious suburb, forests of high-rise apartments separated by wide boulevards. As we proceed along the curb lane of a divided six-lane road, we meet a truck going full speed the wrong way in the passing lane. Being a traffic cop here is either a very difficult job, or else a very easy one.
Between the coaches of ...