Holiday Inn Express Meilong
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... dragon's head and tiles representing the scales down its back.
After what seemed like insufficient time, we had to leave the gardens to look around the shopping complex. Alan told us the best place to go if anyone was interested in looking at pearls, so Angela and a few others headed off. Alan said that the best prices were to be found upstairs, away from the main tourist throng. Angela was quite interested in ...
... wasn't happy. She was so stupid though, as she made such a scene and would have turned away so many customers, she didn't seem to care tho. Not the greatest customer service. Talk about a true Chinese experience...
One last meal in Shanghai before we were due to fly out the next morning. We chose the rib place we had eaten at a couple of nights previously as we just had to have some more of those ribs! It was totally worth it too, ribs were declicious. Sarah ...
... we’re used to bumping into people that we know here now, but somewhere else?!! The same thing happened later on just walking down the street from one bar to another….! We joined up with some others that we knew who were in Shanghai for the race for a few more beers.
Saturday we set off early for the 3rd practice and qualifying, grabbing a McMuffin for breakfast along the way. This time we had to sit in our grandstands, although ...
Shanghai is an amazing city with a multitude of races, dating back to early 20th century when the French occupied Shanghai, followed by the Jews that left German, and Poland during WWII, followed by the British. It's been a trading town for years because of its location. Recent developments in Shanghai has seen this city boom into a global economic epicentre. The buildings are amazing and the people ...
... blur—I went through China customs (where a movie about China was playing that reminded of me the film clip shown at the 'Reaping’ in The Hunger Games), CIEE picked us up from the airport (they were actually on time and there holding a sign, which was a pleasant surprise), we drove an hour to Shanghai (saw a lot of billboards, thousands of cameras EVERYWHERE, and even more houses) and ultimately checked into our hotel and I went into an ...