Pei Mansion Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... UK and in Thailand.
Back in the apartment Paul was finally able to access some of his work but I didn't want to leave the apartment for fear of being shouted at or spit on again. I know that everything is an experience but what if that "experience" is not a good one? Do you work and save very hard for 18 months to then live through a bad month travelling for the "experience"?
After raising this issue with Paul and him feeling exactly the same ...
A morning for everyone to do their own thing. After the success Janet and Robyn had t the Silk Museum yesterday, eleven people under Michael's guidance drove there in three taxis. Michael drove his own car. There was no need for Michael to come to the hotel until 2pm but he was there at breakfast in case anyone needed assistance with their plans for the morning. Taxi drivers in Shanghai must have a Formula ...
... at the same time to see a known face in the middle of Shanghai.
We went to a small bohemian side of town close to my house. There are a lot of small shops where you can bargain and we found a very nice restaurant on top of one of the small old chinese houses. After the sundown it already felt quite chilly but my sundowner warmed my up from inside.. Martinin with fresh mango. Yummy!
After that we took the metro to the Bund ...
... the other 3 tickets. Chelsea and I went on Monday Night. It was interesting. The Chinese are very quiet and subdued at sporting events and concerts. We
arrived fashionably late and there were different areas. The back field was a screen of live footage of the stage and groups and families had tents and blankets set up. The stage area also had areas of people sitting on blankets. The “mosh pit” area right in front was relatively easy to get ...
... checked in we ate my favorite meal to date. The food in general is better in Shanghai compared to Beijing. Every night we ate at a different "hole in the wall." It was great. From lunch we walked around the People's Park located in the middle of the city and made our way over to the Shanghai Museum. Unfortunately the line was too long so we went on Friday. Another guy in my program's family actually lives ...