Howard Johnson Business Club Hotel Shanghai
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... 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 ...
... had already gone ahead, and the three of us from Kalamazoo walked back together. When we got back, we said goodnight and then went to bed. It was a long day, but a good one.
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... an accompanying story about how the bell had been found in the river after a storm. And that was it, no further exhibits, a foggy view out the window that didn't give a view of much of anything, and no other people.
The second site we went to was called the cotton mill. After getting our tickets checked we entered a large courtyard with a couple of buildings. There was no one else in the courtyard or in the first building we entered. The ground level ...
... it is in relation to the other things you want to see and do. Find a good hotel to stay that is fairly close to the Expo site. Find out where to buy tickets and reservations in advance so you don’t waste time on your Expo days trying to get either. There are some pavilions that only let people in with reservations, e.g. China is one, and I believe you have a limited time frame ...
... them. Actually I must correct myself, locals insist there is a morning rush hour here, but it must all happen while I'm still sleeping. I discovered another very nice and almost elegant food court downstairs in the Westgate Mall, with excellent Dim Sum served with a fantastic mild but very tasty chili sauce that I would like to buy by the barrel. China's One-Child policy seems to work, Shanghai is a city of adults. Barely ever a child is visible in the streets. Mathematically, ...