Pei Mansion Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... subway again, we had a look on the internet (Facebook was blocked) and decided to do a hop on hop off bus tour called Big Bus. This is something that we did before in Philadelphia and it turned out to be pretty good if you only have a day to explore and the town is a little bit dodgy! Also crossing the street can be dangerous as there aren't any strict traffic laws. Taxi drivers will drive through the pedestrian crossing and people will stand in the middle of the highway or ride ...
... We then raced back to the hotel to meet up with the group where we went to hip all vegetarian Shanghai restaurant. They took more tofu and cooked it in a variety of ways to make it appear to be beef or chicken. There was some amazing Chinese Coleslaw, so many sprouts, but delicious. However, my new affection for Kung Pao chicken was tested. There was dish meant to be kung pao chicken, however it has the texture and taste of the ...
... your endless amounts of Mexican food! I haven't had anything remotely close for 5 months!) we saw the Oriental Pearl, got ripped off at the fake market (but I found shoes that fit me!)and best of all we got spend Beibei and Steve's last days with them. They had a great "Going Away Day" complete manicures, a very mod Korean dinner, FABULOUS drinks at Barbarosa, and it wouldn't be a Chinese send off with out KTV at the end of the night. Many alcoholic ...
... China. Still the art was beautiful to look at so I was happy. We began walking down the Bund, which is just a series of buildings that have some pretty sweet architecture. The oldest building is from 1897, and the rest were built in the early 1900's. Many or most of the buildings are banks now, and one of them has the Waldorf-Astoria hotel in it. We ran into the bull, which is similar to the one on Wall Street(? I didn't know there was one...) and of course we had to ...
... br> Went back to the hostel and asked reception about tickets to Hong Kong... they confirmed there weren't any but told us the best way of getting there. We'd have to get the sleeper train to Shenzhen and then cross the border into Hong Kong where we could then either get a bus or the subway. We booked our tickets.
We woke up in time to help ourselves to the free breakfast at the hostel - not much on offer apart from some cereal, toast and some ...