Pei Mansion Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Shanghai
... to go up one of the skyscrapers to view the city from an observation deck but the low rain clouds made that pointless. So instead we did a bit of shopping and walking.
Another thought on the city is that it was a treat to ride in taxis there compared to Quanzhou. I've learned now that Quanzhou traffic is considered to be nearly the worst of the big cities in China.
After the big squeeze on the Subway the next day we caught our train trip back to ...
... expo. They are now abandoned. Buildings in China are made with such poor quality. British Building standards mean that buildings in the UK last 100 years, in the USA it is usually 75... in China 25 years. Which means that many of the buildings that were built in the early 1990's when they started to fully develop Shanghai are now obsolete and falling apart.
We got back around 10:30.. I was exhausted.
... Africa and Canada...
Friday night I stayed home to make the biscuit base and the caramel and banana layers for the pie and on Saturday I got up at a decent time so I could get on with cleaning the apartment and wrapping my Secret Santa present.
Guests were supposed to arrive around 8pm so by the evening the apartment was spick and span, there were five presents around our foot-high tree, Paolo and Soso were in the kitchen making ...
... busy area, and we had a bit of a walk to populated areas! As many of you know, I can be a bit grumpy when I’m hungry (hah) and this walk was pushing my hungry buttons a bit too much. When we did finally find food it was mega expensive. Deciding to keep looking we still found nothing we wanted. Evan and I both finally decided that I really needed to be fed, and the only restaurant nearby was “Hooters”. What a mistake! Never again ...
... s going to work on that for me.
The first thing that I noticed right off the bat was how the students behaved. Coming from a school where the students are very talkative and jump at every opportunity to talk, this was startling. Patty was trying to start a movie on her computer and it wasn't working, and the students just sat there quietly not saying a word. In some ways this is going to be hard to get used to. However, Patty said that they definitely talk ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services