Fraser Suites Top Glory Shanghai
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... out for a day or so here and there. It's a long trip with close quarters in the busses and planes - and hard to keep the bugs from traveling from one to another .. Literally everyone is coughing . . .
So. Shanghai This is the biggest city in the world - in terms of population density! In 1995, this land was covered with rice paddies. Total farmland. Now, there are 24 to 27 million people living here! Honestly - ...
... and wobbled to the floor where he decided to stay and sleep. I really thought the worst snorers had passed, but this guy was something else! My bed vibrated with his noise and I couldn't stand it any longer. I shook him, slapped him, tried turning him over, shone torches in his eyes and even threw water at him. He had woken everybody in the room except Tomas, who was also drunk. The other English guy in my room had also had enough so ...
... miles away and tranquility and fine food abound. Here hides "Efes; Turkish and Mediterranean Cuisine". The interior is stylish and spacious and the view is over the garden with tables outside for smokers. The food is authentic and subtly spiced. Slow cooked lamb on eggplant mash, Hummus with turkish bread, Spiced rice in marinated olive leaves, Beef and lamb kebab on flat bread with steamed vegetables made a very sumptuous meal that was completed by Turkish coffee. ...
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We took a cable car part of the way up the mountain.About half way up we passed through the fog, and we couldn't see anything. But fortunately, we came up out of the fog and saw the tops of the mountains--wonderful! We hiked for one hour on up the mountain and took dozens of photos. We found a spot to eat our picnic lunch, and before it was over, we had our picture made with six or eight Chinese. They love to ...
... dancing a tad lame. Apparently the other location is more expertly done. We get some great pictures of our group and retreat to our hotel. The next morning we opt for one more return trip to Kabb for breakfast – eggs bene this time for us both, and then bid Leslie farewell. We are going to miss being together. The trip has been completely without friction or tension. We 'pat the dog’ wave down a cab and head off to Pudong. We are quite early, but the time vanishes with ...