Howard Johnson Business Club Hotel Shanghai
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... the head office of the company he is dealing with and again the language barrier was causing some problems. We were booked for a private tour of Shanghai and when our guide arrived she took over and arranged for him to meet in the afternoon. So off we went. The driver, guide (named Autumn) and us. Now it has become apparent to us that there isn't many road rules and it is an experience to be amongst it. Bikes everywhere, no helmets, ...
... must have looked like when the river level was 200 metres lower.
Wednesday 12th October: The next morning we have the second free side-tour: a trip up a tributary to see the Little Gorges. The ship docks at another floating wharf next to a large town on the side of the mountain. This town is one of many that was relocated over the 17 years it took to construct the dam. It's a huge town and the mind boggles at the thought of how much work it must have taken ...
... of a distant past. After so many consecutive meals of noodles and rice, it was an indescribable perfection. However, with the expensive meals provided there, and the overall decent quality of cheap Chinese food around here, we probably won’t be venturing back for quite some time. Following dinner, we had plenty of time and a great climate to walk through Shanghai at night. Despite taking a taxi all the way to the restaurant, we found it much ...
... before leaving. Me and Mary wanted to go to Switzerland as we could see there was some kind of roller-coaster thing at the top (that exaggerates it massively) but the queue was closed so we ended up waiting a while for a bus that took us a very walk-able distance down the road to Gate 8, through which we planned to leave. Mary bought some souvenirs and then we waited in KFC for D&T. Apparently KFC in America serve mash potato and ...
... It worked out well; Derek and Sarah played snooker, Alex practiced his math as score keeper and Lauren spent an hour trying to entice a cat to come out from under a chair so that she could pet it!
These days it seems that 90% of the products you can buy in Canada are “Made in China”, and with such a strong international reputation for shopping, we had put two and two together and assumed that we would be able to shop for all sorts of stuff ...