Hengsheng Peninsula International Hotel
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Beautiful, comfortable and very enjoyable. I recommend it!
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We spent most of today traveling to Shanghai. Our day began with a Tai Chi lesson from a master then right to the bus to the airport. Jenny, our local guide, truly is impressive. She spend the time describing China and all the changes that have occurred from 1949 and how each generation has struggled, both good and bad. Her parents generation, …
... 50 a night which was good for the F1 weekend, and a great location, only a short walk to the river & The Bund. After unpacking, we wandered out for a look around, walked along The Bund, then had some food. Later Dale sent his driver to collect us, and we met him for a few drinks & food at his local, the Boxing Cat Brewery.
We had tickets for the F1 Grand Prix for the whole weekend, which started with general entry on the Friday for 1st ...
... the country pass by, it made me come pretty close to tears. It's moments like those that really make me count my blessings for all the things that I know I sometimes take for granted, like non-dirt floors and proper plumbing.
On a not so depressing note, the beauty of Shanghai swept us off our feet as soon as the train entered the station. I had been looking forward to this part of the trip since ...
apparently I ate dog's tongue at lunch today.
OK, strike that, I've been thinking about it, and I've come to the conclusion that it was "duck tongue" not "dog's tongue" which frankly sound almost identical with a Mandarin accent. That's actually a relief. Today felt like Jon's let's-see-what-we-can-get-our-foreign-v isitor-to-eat meal. Jon's team took him to Heji Xiaocai Restaurant ...
... arrived at a different city. Shanghai, China is not just its traditional old architecture, but also the magical and flashy metropolitan city. Similar to New York but better.
This night, he headed to KTV for the first time since I arrived in Shanghai. To my surprise this KTV was huge and very nice. Not many english songs but you were able to get all your basics; barbie girl, backstreet boys,hanson, red hot chilli peppers and of course Britney Spear amongst others. ...