East China Hotel Shanghai
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... Me and Zac had to tough it out and march our way through the rain our first night.
The following day, the two of us agreed on an early rise to start the day. We started at the bund again, but this time did a proper tour of the scenic street with our trusty tour book. Afterwards, we took a cab to the French concession and paid entry to the propaganda museum. The ticket price was 20 Yuan, but the cover was well worth the exhibit of former government posters issued ...
... stood up immediately, the old one resisted for a few seconds but finally he was forced to get off as well. It was purely Gonzalo´s initiative; no locals were willing to help him out. After this incident we started to realize that one must fight for his place within China. You can't doubt even for one second, otherwise somebody takes your spot. (Believe us we know what we´re talking about as we´re preparing this story in a train from Beijing to Pingyao while sharing one seat ...
... floors, a set of comfortable slippers for each passenger, soft beds without curry stains and four-person heated cabins. The only negative is the smell of stale smoke but that's still infinitely better than the frequent whiffs of dry urine on Indian trains. All aboard and Shanghai bound, we are greeted by a gentleman who chuckled at us the entire journey for having a desire to learn Chinese and mahjong. Both, he said, are "impossible. You can never do ...
... But I did learn that "The Dream of China is that everyone will have a dream" Which I think is good! Everyone should be aloud to dream. (Read Sunday's Sun... There was an article about China... We did not discuss those events, and in fact the issue was so redirected.. cant find the link now) I really enjoyed the lecture.... we have been debriefing along the way. I have been reading a few articles about the influence of the ...
... van was huge and comfy for the one hour ride we were going to have! We were given cold towels and mineral water (Which Conrad Hong Kong did NOT provide). The ride was smooth and comfortable with just a minor jam. We finally arrived at the hotel and the bellboy was there to assist us with our luggages. At the same time, Erica was at the front door waiting for our arrival. She told us that our check in would be done in ...