Hong Qiao State Guest Hotel
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... Men and women hang up cards with their particulars on it and what they are looking for in a mate. There were also professional match makers there taking information. There were a lot of parents there. Perhaps they were putting up the cards for their sons or daughters. Theresa found this whole thing hysterical. We finally got back to the Marriott. Tonight we have dinner on the Bund at M.. Looking forward to it.
... a period of over 100 years of extreme pain.
Between 1839 and 1989, China suffered from the effects of foreign
imperialism coupled with massive government programs that forced first
the mobilization and then the centralization of its people. Programs
under Mao not only killed millions of people, it also stopped all formal
education of Chinese people for nearly 20 years. Anyone who possessed a
degree or had been ...
... of us girls headed to HongMei to do some shopping. I got a few TV series to watch, a larger purse, and a Christmas Ornament that has a Dragon on it, because I was born during the year of the Dragon and I am in China during the year of the Dragon. I am now sitting at home listening to Christmas Music as a write this. Later tonight I am going to make a cheese ball for tomorrow and enjoy a relaxing night by myself. My roommate left Saturday ...
... left behind at the market. The street was very un-touristy, which made the walk rather enjoyable. Small shops catering to the locals lined the street, and I was the only westerner in sight. I ended up at a park, and while it wasn't the one I was looking for, I had a nice rest away from the busy traffic of Shanghai. It was only mid-afternoon, and I figured that I still had time to head to the gardens that I originally planned on visiting. I took a ...
... that China and Shanghai in particular is famous for and after asking at the hostel were directed to Qipu road which consists of a multi-storey indoor shopping experience with a multitude of small stalls/ shops. Apparently the higher you ascend the higher the price and ostensibly the quality although we had difficulty ascertaining any difference and the price just seemed to drop by itself the more disinterested you appeared. Qipu road was a disappointment ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center