Holiday Inn Express Shanghai Wujiaochang
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... recepticle. I notice they wake up after people leave money and walk away. Our friends say there is no government policy to take care of beggars. They have also seen beggars with Iphones. Mixed feelings.
But my overall feeling of Shanghai is positive. Millions and millions of people have been lifted out of poverty in two generations. Also, our friends don't know who the mayor is. That's a good sign. Apparently he is not misbehaving and apparently politicians are ...
... shops but we've not got the money ti even window shop!! It's depressing walking past these lovely shops! We saw an old boy on a mobility scooter driving the wrong way up a busy road! They just don't care!! We decided to go to a restaurant featured in Lonely Planet called spicy joint, where you order by downloading an app! We didn't though just did it the our way - pointed at what we wanted. And guess what we wanted... Chicken, rice, noodles, ...
... she had chocked: Watery eyes and red face, she seemed she was going to explode. Luckily it was a matter of few seconds. LOL She says she had never eaten such a bad thing in her life! So, now, every time we want to annoy her, we remind her of the mushroom dumplings. Since I had a bad cold, I could not taste anything, so I finished what they did not eat: everything seemed good to me. Elena tried everything but did not have seconds. ...
... limbs intact. I have not yet reached grey hairedness, give it a fewmonths maybe. Another interesting thing in China is that they dont tend to eat cereal, instead they eat dumplings, rice, vegetables, meat, in fact everything we tend to reserve for lunch or dinner. But then again, they work hard here. At all hours of the day there are people working, and a lot of people have huge loads to ...
... has 2 personalities and is totally different during the day and night. During the day we had to fight our way through the hustle and bustle of shoppers and tourists and during the night the street is pedestrianised. Whether day or night you'll get mobbed by the street sellers zipping around on their wheeled trainers trying to sell clip-on-wheels for your trainers. Groups of Chinese people like to get together and have a good sing-song. We ...