Hepingli Hotel (Xinghua Road)
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the roast beef flavoured peas. They were a bit too weird!
While trying to get some sleep I was woken by the sounds of robust debate between Adam and Joseph about whether the levitating train travelling at 300Kmh was actually flying. The holiday had been punctuated with frequent mind bending arguments which doubled up as conversation, at least it was some kind of interaction in an iPod world. As I was awake I decided to get details, but decided to back out after ...
... design and my life. This afternoon, I just wanted to walk around a bit to experience a bit of Shanghai before we had to leave. For dinner tonight, we had our last big dinner. We went to a hotel that had a huge buffet dinner, with over 16 different desserts! It was so amazing, and a lot of fun. Afterward, we all took a bunch of pics of our last night. We all can’t believe we are leaving tomorrow, it is really strange. But I am so excited to be home ...
... a Chinese cc and tells me we can top it up in the compound shop. Only problem he is an hour away but on his way back. I call my American friend and tell him the situation and he comes over and we have a few beers in the dark while wait for Andrew. Once we have electric back on we set of for the InterNations for a hot and humid not on the JW Marriott’s terrace. After several drinks and answering questions about where is Tracy we head of the Great ...
... Mike had been awake for 23 hours but was still in good spirits.
Although we have been to China twice before, we are still taken aback by how HUGE everything is and it starts at the airport. We cleared immigration with no problem with our passports and Chinese visa in hand. It took a long time to get our luggage but it eventually arrived on the carousel - always preferable to start an adventure with your luggage! The next step was too ...
Closer to the end of the week Keith and I are off to the lama temple. I have been told that it is a very spiritual place, even if you do not practice Buddhism it has a 'feeling'. The temple is serene, the pushy people mob that you would expect vanishes, people are taking turns praying and kneeing with incense in the alters in front if each temple. Typically there are three Buddhas in ...