Dijon Hotel Shanghai
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... the bus over to the other side of the Bund, where the Oriental Pearl Tower lives. It’s the huge tower with the massive bauble-y things on it, and is arguably Shanghai’s most memorable building. If Shanghai is the Paris of the East, then maybe it makes the Pearl Tower the Eiffel Tower of Shanghai. The bridge which connected the two sides was a really pretty bridge, but as Natalie and I sat in the uncovered part of the top level of the bus, ...
... sure they knew where to return me to my hotel. It was very sweet.
I got back to the hotel with no issues although the cab I was in reeked of cigarettes. I find it ironic that many of the cabs smell so badly as every one of them has a big "No smoking" sign on the back of the plexiglass. I would describe the taxi ride but I think I have done it enough times that you have a good idea what it is like to ride a taxi in ...
... Ann, and their driver, Ding, were patiently waiting. Being three of maybe 20 foreigners in this massive crowd, we weren't hard to miss. After a warm welcome we headed out into the rain. Having a driver is cheap and common in China, and on the trip back to their apartment, I found the reasoning behind it. They don't drive like we do here in the States. It's more like a Mario Carts. It's a free-for-all! As we were heading down the highway, I ...
... for a workout so off to the gym I went and again, with Jim working from home, we were able to pop out for lunch and then zip over to the fake market where Jim was picking up a jacket and pants he had made.
Thursday, I attended another lecture hosted by the Expat association on the “cult” of Chairman Mao. It was quite interesting. It was given by a professor from France who had met and spoken with some journalists and photographers ...
... whole walkway, dotted with small garden areas, appears to be patrolled by what looks like the Park Police. It just seems like a throwback to the 1960's back home when if we ignored the 'keep off the grass' signs, the 'parkies' always seemed to be there to chase you. It really is the most wonderful walk as it just gives you a flavour of the whole city and considering it was Monday afternoon, the place was packed. The river itself was a hive of activity, with a combination of ...