Hotel Equatorial Shanghai
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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... brought up by the grandparents as the mum and dad are at work. Don't get any ideas kids. It's not happening. It is quite easy for them though as most families still only have one child so that child has 4 grandparents to fuss over them. The women are getting bored retiring at such a young age and it is becoming a problem so the government are looking at raising the age. Sounds familiar. We are back at work tomorrow with ZCME and hopefully a deal can be ...
... t mushrooms, but fish throats. Again there was beef, pork, shrimp, vegetables, noodles and rice as well as several soups and a sichuan style large fried prawn which came complete with a massive prawn's head. For dessert we were given fruit and a hot congealed almond milk. It was a lot of food, but in the formal work setting I didn't feel comfortable digging in, so although a lot of food was provided I left ...
... a aches guy come up and start a conversation but I knew he was selling something and had learnt not to say anything. He asked if I spoke English and en if I was German. I did not speak as he asked me a series of questions and then asked if I was interested in seeing some of his fine ladies! I thought he may be selling a watch or perhaps drugs, but wasn't quite ready for that. When walking the bund you have a wonderful view of the Shanghai World Expo’s Culture Centre ...
... Hankgeng and got a picture with him. Once it got dark we made our way over to the bund to see the city lights skyline. Unfortunately it was really foggy so we couldn't see the whole TV tower, but oh well, it's not that big a deal. As we were walking back to the metro we saw some Americans and spoke to them a while, turns out they're working mechanical engineers so that was pretty cool. It's funny being here, when we see a non-asian person we all immediately look over and ...
... death food.
In the pictures you can see the dillema's I had: What snack to buy for our party and again: What is that smell!?!
Anyway, the party ended up being FANTASTIC! We managed to get good snacks (It's actually not as hard as I make it out to be..), we had purple decorations and Sangria in a bucket, what else do you need?
It's autumn in Shanghai. It's beautiful. Like the Chinese say: The sky is high and the air is fresh. Yeah!