Crowne Plaza Hotel Lake Malaren
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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DAY 3 Shanghai to Suzhou
I woke up wanting to stay in bed from my good sleep, my mum felt the same - jetlag. Therefore neither of us were capable of waking ourselves so we could pack our bags to get to the train that would take us to our next stop – Suzhou. Eventually we talked ourselves into getting ready to leave on our train …
... on either side on the street; without fear of the drivers around.
We went into an M&M World, which is pretty much the happiest store ever. With so much M&M merchandise, M&M photo booths, and M&M statutes of all our 'favourite characters’ it is more than just the chocolate. The chocolate did look amazing anyway, with a ‘Great Wall of Chocolate’ that had all lines of colours of chocolate that ...
... desert on foot with a broken ankle unless you want to spend another seven dollars for a second twelve-ounce can.
Well you just finished eating and of course you over ordered, as you had no idea what the portion sizes would be in this restaurant you just tried for the first time. Now comes the challenge of getting your bill and a few to-go boxes so you have lunch for tomorrow. Up goes the hand hoping someone will see it since as ...
We arrived in Shanghai not really knowing what to expect, we know that English is limited in China and getting around can sometimes be a pain but of all of China Shanghai is supposed to be the easiest place to start. And to be fair it was, straight from the airport we got straight on to the ultra modern metro line with stations announced in English and straight to our hostel with relative ease. The following day we went out to explore this huge mammoth of a city and ...
After a wonderful summer in NH with my boys, I am safely back in Shanghai with my biggest boy. Despite my earlier anxiety about leaving beautiful NH and returning to Shanghai, I have had a good week!
Of course, the easiest part about returning is that Jim is here. We had a good first day catching up on stories from home and Shanghai. I also ran into many women I had met back in the spring (all the ladies are returning from their home countries) ...