Crowne Plaza Shanghai Pudong
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... pick and mix. High off chocolate fumes, we continued down the shopping street, noting the difference of clothes that brands we knew stocked in Australia compared to China.
With our grumbling tummies indicating it was dinner time, we hailed a taxi to take us back to Xin Tian Di, our little restaurant hub from yesterday. Trying to get a taxi at that time was tough work, and we ended up climbing over these little barriers to get ...
... you just can’t bring yourself to yell across a crowded restaurant to get a waiter’s attention. You can see people ignoring you because they are afraid to come to the table until eventually the one English speaking employee shows back up and you ask for your bill.
Most chain restaurants in China take Visa but most mom and pop restaurants only take Union Pay, which is the Chinese version of a credit or debit card. We ...
... means `up the river` (from the sea), and the river is the Huangpu.
The Bund (an Anglo Indian word meaning waterfront) is a wide embankment where crowds of visitors come to enjoy the scenery on the river. The area is paved and has coffee shops and cafe`s and information offices and ferry services. These are sort of `designed-in` so that none of them obstruct, nor do they detract from the view of both the park and the river. On the other side of ...
... train (only 6 hours instead of 11) and is costlier than I planned. I'll just have to cut back somewhere else in the trip. I was just so glad to have the help and ticket in hand. He got his ticket, I thanked him again, and hoped that someone in the States would help him like he helped me. Of course I gave him my email address and said if he is ever in the Sonoran Desert, please contact me. Oh, and Mom and Dad, I said if he ever got up to the Goshen area that ...
... to this five star hotel to be greeted by a string trio playing classical music. The acoustics of the art deco hallway were superb and we just stood there for two songs admiring the beautiful architecture and music, whilst feeling a little more Christmassy, standing next to a 40 foot tree.
Our last day in Shanghai was spent packing and gathering our things before our trip to the Airport. We managed to have a stroll over to the art quarter which looked really hip ...