Grand Central Hotel Shanghai
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The hotel is five star and has 353 rooms and a comprehensive range of luxurious amenities.
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Wednesday 24th June
Our cruise ships was due to arrive in Shanghai, China at 5.00 am, however due to the dense fog the port has been closed to all shipping. Consequently we remained stationary out to sea since midnight. We finally had clearance to enter the Huangpu River around 11am but it still takes around 4 hours to travel up to the …
I woke up a little early 430 am China time, but was able to relax a little and get back to sleep for a half hr or so. We started our day around 8 with a walk and some breakfast. don't judge; we had Chinese McDonalds! I don't even know when I had McDonalds in the states! But for lunch and dinner we did for serious chinese food. our tour guide for …
... Square was pretty interesting, and it has a massive historical
importance of the changes in Shanghainese / Chinese culture; it was a
horse race track when the British occupied a part of Shanghai in the
1800s, turned into a political rally spot during the Maoist era with
the Communist Revolution in 1950s, then turned to a commercial and
cultural center in the Dengist era with the Cultural Revolution
(70s-80s). I didn't really do anything from the Mid Autumn
... We had so many questions and concerns. Was the level of radioactive iodine what China normally experiences and from their own sources or was it from Japan? Was it safe to be in China? How far were we from Japan? Were we risking our health spending our time in China?
We discussed our options on the plane and both felt that we should skip China and try and go somewhere else. We all know that the government never reports truthfully about ...
... the bund; a promenade where you can view Shanghai’s fantastically modern skyline across a river. Here the heat got to us a little, and we were certainly faltering by the time we made it to old shanghai. Here we found modern shops housed in archaic styled buildings. We were due to enter Yu Gardens straight away, but Cordi and I ducked out to abuse a coffee shop’s air conditioning, and enjoy a green tea frappe. We took our time to ...