Dijon Hotel Shanghai
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... all the way through to your destination. So in Shanghai we'll have to pick up our bags and go through the entire arrivals process. Slightly annoying, and one more tiny detail our travel agent did not tell us about. Assignment for today: figure out how to do our first travel insurance claim for the hotel stay last night, which Air NZ would not pay for due to the "act of God" caused delay and the fact we live in ...
Renee was pretty beat and pretty much fell asleep right after dinner ending the evening. I did some reading of walking tours in Shanghai that I am going to do when we get back from Beijing. Sorry it wasn’t an exciting day but there are a lot of really good ones coming over the next week as we fly to Xi’an for the weekend and then I fly to Beijing alone for five days before meeting back up with Renee at The Great Wall for another ...
... a delicious vegetarian restaurant that prepares the version of all the traditional chinese dishes.
Here we wanted to try a drink closer to the style of the food we were eating, so we ordered a aloe tea, which is a fresh tasty water but with a small suprise: small gelly pieces of "something" floating in the tea! that was still tasty but weird feeling in your mouth! :)
Shanghai by night
Without energy, we decided to go back ...
... just the same kind of things that we get at home at the Hawkes bay show. Sarah again isn't feeling that good, so we had a few hours chill out back at the Hotel before catching another subway into another shopping area, North Sichuan Road. It took an hour to get there but it was worth it. It was a huge street of clothes and shoe shopping that went on forever! Got nearly the last subway back so luckily we didn't have to take a taxi. Then it was home for a much needed ...
... After queing a first time at the ticket counter and getting the answer "no ticket before 20 days", I queued a second time just in case and was apparently very lucky because one seat got free and I immediately took it. I could have taken the plane but after hearing a lot of friends speaking about the "train experience" in China, I really wanted to try it. So I got my hard sleeper ticket for 497,50 RMB. In the sleepers' category you have two ...