Crowne Plaza Shanghai
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The Chinese know how to host! They had us booked morning until evening with all sorts of fun activities and touring - we were treated so well and the trip was incredibly informative. But...we were exhausted when we returned to Shanghai. We spent one whole day just vegging out in our apartment. Gary arrived ...
... rinse agent and salts? What the hell do you put salt in a dishwasher for? We had the items because the people at the front desk gave us a packet of the products we would need to use the dishwasher and laundry equipment. I just couldn’t figure out where everything went and which product was which as all the packaging is in Chinese.
I started flipping through the manual, which seemed to be written in every language except English. ...
... was blocked...so we enjoyed a coffee from Starbucks while the driver, Mr Fu, somehow worked his magic to get to the airport. The first impressions of Shanghai included thoughts about "modern, western and busy"! And after a checkin and change we made our way towards the shopping mall which was adjacent to Peter's hotel. OMG, this is totally another world. I am not sure I have ever seen so many people in a seething swarm and for 90 minutes we were pushed and moved in ...
... of her China adventures; one adventure in particular had to do with her eating turtle. At the restaurant, there was turtle on the menu, so of course the guys wanted to order it. I tried it, but we think that it probably wasn't turtle at all but, instead, some kind of fish. They charged us a lot, but Kerry confirmed that it wasn't turtle. Oh well...I can say that I almost ate turtle.
I am starting to miss American food. I am so sick of ...
... the hustling city was like without having to shove our way through the streets.
We did chose to get off at one stop though, because it was the best way to get to Cheng Huang Mial. From a distance this historical shopping center looks more like an ancient town nestled in the streets of Shanghai, but this perspective is thrown out the window as soon as you cross under the street archways. The smell of street vendors preparing ...