Holiday Inn Shanghai Pudong
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Carrefour I packed up my sack of goodies and walked next door into Starbucks for a bag of coffee. I was able to get a pound for about twelve dollars and they ground it for me although that wasn’t easy to figure out. Not because of the language barrier. The girl that helped me spoke pretty good English. It was because I don’t speak Starbucks and apparently there are at least four different grinding settings. I ingeniously pulled the ...
... an Irishman who relocated to Beijing nearly 30 years ago and became a true expert on the city, takes us to see the city’s historic “lane neighborhoods”, where an entire city block is traversed by small alleys, or lanes, which interconnect all of the small homes within the block. Most of these old historic neighborhoods have been razed to make way for new high rise construction, but it is great to see what the ...
... five acres). However, the small size is not a representative of the attractions of the garden. The pavilions, halls, rockeries, ponds and cloisters all have unique characteristics. There are six main scenic areas here: Sansui Hall, Wanhua Chamber, Dianchun Hall, Huijing Hall, Yuhua Hall and the Inner Garden. Each area features several scenic spots within its borders.
We had a lovely afternoon exploring the park, gardens and ...
... I may be able to persuade the airline to board me, but these were things I could not help. I only had 1.40 hours for connection. I panicked when I saw other flights getting delayed for 2-3 hours, and I knew mine would be delayed for at least 20 minutes from looking at past departure info.
Thankfully it arrived in Zurich on time despite the 25 minute delay. I had enough time to switch terminals and get stamped a Shengen-area departure stamp. The ...
... bit strange. She tilted her head and leaned in a little bit. Finally, the dreaded words escaped her lips. “You can drink the beer?” I shot her a sharp glance, threw my menu down in frustration, and say “Yes, I can drink the ******* beer.” Yes, I got asked for my age in a country that has NO AGE RESTRICTION on alcohol consumption. She would have to think that I was literally like 14 years old to ask me that question. I was infuriated and embarrassed, and ...