Xinfazhan Guhua Garden Hotel
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... sold it for him.
I liked the business of it all and I liked seeing all the high rise buildings in various stages of construction.Shanghai is the economic capital of China (according to the residents!) They, unlike those living in Bejing, have little to no interest in politics. It is all about making money. I don't think that living in Shanghai would be particularly good for our health...the smog was quite distinct. It was thick, ...
... drops, but it was just like the rest of the day, beautiful.
Yet again, when we got off the cable cart, the photoshoot began, again. LOOKING HOT TO TROTT.
The journey home took about 5 hours, waiting around for buses, cable carts, taxis etc. So as you can imagine, we were knackered! We grabbed some really unhealthy food and had long girly chats in our 'deluxe room'.
The next morning a few of us awoke early to ensure we got a bus ticket home...as we ...
... run by the government newspapers, as are the news channels. Frustrating when you read something on the BBC news website that has been blocked for example. We have a VPN so we can get around some things, like the Facebook ban.
Something that’s come to mind talking to friends the other night, how incredible our brains are in coping with a sudden onslaught of new information – certainly over the last year, but ...
... toilets were very clean both on and off the plane, there were seated Tai Chi exercises that we did as an entire plane before landing, the food service was trolley rattlingly fast and I felt right at home being sprayed with French 'disinfectant' before landing at Charles de Gaulle. Us Aussies know a thing about being sprayed for fruit flies.. don't quite know what pest the French were guarding against. Or were they innoculating us with ...
... 6 floors and a basement. Each floor had roughly 30 to 40 stores. Each floor was big enough they had their own maps. The basement had basically every other major watch company anyone's ever heard of, except Fossil of course. After checking all 7 floors, we headed outside to find the correct building. We found a building called "Grand Tower 1" next to the mall. Lindsey had written down that the Fossil store was in "Grand Tower 2". So, we knew we had to be close. We ...