Grand Kempinski Hotel Shanghai
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... and very nice to walk through. We had lunch at a Thai restaurant. In the late afternoon we wandered thru a few shopping areas before arriving at an area called The Bund. The skyline of Pudong was very nice to view - stunning skyscrapers. The metro is cheap and easy to utilize. I do not know when I have ever seen so many people in one place. Despite the huge crowds, the Chinese are very civil, and the metro is very efficient and ...
I am sitting on the plane now with 2 hrs remaining until I arrive in Sydney. I honestly can't wait to get off this plane, it's definitely been a long journey and my legs are quite cramped by this point haha. I have tried to sleep as much as possible but plane sleep just isn't the same. My stop over in the Shanghai airport was uneventful, and the airport was super hot and their water ...
... really nice, so a good nearby spot to hang out. And for the record in case you’re now wondering about the ‘fitness campaign going really well’ comment, I drank just water at the Brewery last night, and have cut down on what I’ve been drinking & eaten, oh apart from Birthday cake in the office this morning!!!
Bye for now, and we’ll check in with you again next week on our 1st year anniversary in Beijing!
When nlyou don't notice the street-spitting anymore, you know you’ve settled in. Except when they spit on your shoes. That I do notice. Although to be fair to the guy, I don’t think he saw me coming. But still, it’s the principle. Having another human’s spit on your shoe, not so nice. But, moving on from saliva-related matters, my three new flatmates have moved in. What was once a clean (at least, by student standards) flat ...
... middle, west, etc.). Most addresses, therefore, have this east, middle or west noted, but not always.
Looking for an address in China comes down to this: walking the wrong way for half an hour, then walking the right way for an hour before arriving at the long-searched-for-destination. For the courageous, this is a sport. For those having to get somewhere at a certain time, this is an impossible pain-in-the-ass.
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