Howard Johnson Business Club Hotel Shanghai
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... personal achievements. Travelling more in the future being a big desire too. Don’t misunderstand us, we miss home and miss our friends and family, but are also having an incredible adventure here in Beijing.
So here we are, 1 year in, and we’ve just signed another year on our apartment so we’ll be here another year at least, potentially longer all being well. Who knows what’s around the corner, but ...
... to the Qing Dynasty is the folding screen with an inlaid jade design carved on red laquer wood.The throne chair is carved with nine dragons.
On to the clothing displays - Each of China's ethnic groups has its own unique set of costumes. In addition, within each ethnic group, there are sub-groups that boast a multitude of different styles. The costumes are a defining visual indicator of ...
... from good materials.
Bardo told me an interesting story as we were walking around. He was approached by two Chinese men when he was looking at the skyline, and they invited him to come with them for some tea. He went, as they were nice, and after three rounds of tea he finally left. After the 2nd round he had said, "no more fella's, I don't even like tea that much." But they insisted on another round as "it's bad luck to drink just ...
Shanghai – memories… mama and daddy have been here – some 16 years ago, mama pregnant with Alexandra. It was adventure then, and we're all for adventure now ;-)
And it’s immediately striking – the "new": Shanghai has seen an amazing change during the last decade and a half. Back then, about the only high-rise building in Pudong was the Pearl Tower, and the first metro line opened in that same year. ...
..there was a very happy bunny who had a whole week off to enjoy exploring with her friends. Besides some time exploring more of shanghai we had a little trip to a water town on the edge of shanghai. Billed as a beauty spot, it might be if you had more than half a foot of space to move. The crowds were crazy, but the place was worth a visit. The Chinese as a culture don’t really do peace and quiet or solitude. Can’t say it is my natural inclination but I can see myself ...