Hotel Equatorial Shanghai
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Equatorial Shanghai
Arrived late to a friendly welcome & upgrade
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We arrived at the airport too late for the warp speed train. Which is probably for the best as we didn't actually know where it went. We're starting to get more confident in China and go for the night bus. We found the hotel ok and arrived at 11pm. I must have looked shattered as we got upgraded to a suite. We didn't even try, think she felt sorry …
... which has 24 moves, but that he would be teaching only some of them (we didn't have all day, after all, or all week). Tai chi is similar to yoga in that it is as much about the mental as the physical. It is a centuries-old form of martial arts. Emphasis is made on slow movement and relaxation. (The teacher kept saying, "relax!"). He explained that a proficient tai chi practitioner is more effective in combat than other martial arts because his/her senses ...
... to their surroundings.
The taxi pulled up in front of the hospital (At least I was hoping he did.) and I went through the silent procedure of the driver pointing to the meter while I struggled to get cash out of my pocket. I paid and said my “she she” and was handed a receipt. I didn’t see any signs that would make me recognize a hospital nearby. It didn’t really look like a hospital from my perspective but I ...
... garden with incredible bonsai plants, some of them several hundred years old.
Then we went back to Shanghai - much quicker this time, as there was much less traffic in the middle of the day. For lunch, we went to the Mongolian grill, where you got a bowl, put in either thinly sliced chicken or pork, or both, an assortment of vegetables that appealed to you, whatever sauce you wanted (I had ginger, soy and a little sesame oil) and then you gave it ...
After a 14 hour flight from Toronto, our group of teachers from Boston arrived at Shanghai International airport. We were met by one of the American teachers, who had been in Hangzhou visiting another school site. We had a 6-hour layover, so we had dinner at the restaurant and waited. We took our 90-minute flight to Fuzhou, arriving at midnight. We were met by more translators and driver, who took us to the university, which was a 45-minute drive away. ...