Forte Hotel Shanghai
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We were up at three in the morning to catch a taxi to the airport. Today we flew back to Shanghai where we will spend a few more days before flying home to Costa Rica. We arrive to a rainy day in Shanghai. After taking the airport train and a few metro trains we arrive at our hotel. It is in a nice area not far from Peoples Square. Our hotel is more like a mini apartment and it even has ...
... t find our way back out!! Once we finally got out we spent the evening walking along The Bund which is where the famous Shanghai skyline is! It was amazing! We walked all the way along and went to a rooftop bar called Vue bar which had an amazing view of the city and the Bund....AND.....had a roof top jacuzzi!!! Cocktail, hot tub and view over Shanghai!! What more could we want! Brilliant ...
... members, sad how people move on so much. Then last night we went to a networking event at one of the 5* hotels, the China World, a joint European chamber event, but it wasn’t as good as others we’d been to, not as many people. After that we checked out a new brewery that’s opened up around the corner from us, the Great Leap Brewery – we’ve been to their tiny hutong place a few times, but now they’ve opened up a massive bar ...
... in Shanghai. One of my closest friends from Shanghai left a couple of weeks ago to travel around China but came back to visit last Friday which was brilliant. Did result in a night of extremely crazy dancing though. Managed to explore some new areas of Shanghai at the weekend which was much-needed. Have established a Girl’s Night routine on Sunday nights involving as many High Grant DVDs as we can find at the fake DVD stores, take away pizza (my western ...
... middle, west, etc.). Most addresses, therefore, have this east, middle or west noted, but not always.
Looking for an address in China comes down to this: walking the wrong way for half an hour, then walking the right way for an hour before arriving at the long-searched-for-destination. For the courageous, this is a sport. For those having to get somewhere at a certain time, this is an impossible pain-in-the-ass.
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