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... the app 'Hi Shanghai'. It's great. You search for a place and then turn it on it's side and it's a ticket for the taxi. The downside is that they could just take you anywhere, which, happens alot. They point and order you to pay, you accept in the hope that your destination is within some kind of walking distance.
Anyway, the taxi driver tried to drop us off at the train station (i was told this was 20 minutes from where we wanted to be), then a travel agent...and ...
... 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 ...
... laughing in the kitchen as I was screaming with joy when it was over. We watched it on Stars Sports, and the announcers were hilariously bad. They were English, so maybe they were the same announcers from America? The Sunday afternoon game is on our ESPN at 4 am here, I might wake up at 6 and start watching, seeing as how I am in bed well before 10 pm most nights. Also I cut my finger a little while cutting up an apple today. It's not a very big cut, but slightly ...
... Yuyuang Gardens were first conceived in 1559 and were completed in 1577. Time was not kind to them and they had to be repaired in 1961. The gardens are a very popular tourist attraction, but their labyrinthine walkways are spread over 5 acres, and although you can never completely lose the hordes, there are quieter areas. It is a truly amazing place. At one point ...
... different than what I would have gotten elsewhere. The owner's name was Leo and he was very nice! He enticed us to stay longer by ordering a free pitcher of Sangria for the table to share. As we enjoyed the delicious red "juice," live Flamenco dancing ensued. We were front row, right before the dancers, three in total. It was beautiful and interesting to see. I was very impressed and happy to be sitting there, seeing their graceful, sensual movements. There is something ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services