InterContinental Shanghai Pudong
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favourite part of china and definatly stayed in the best hotel of my whole trip.(intercontinental shanghai) hotel was very modern and had state of the art amenities and facilities. would love to stay there again.
... trying to plug in our devices to charge them, but plugging in the power strip to the adapter proved to be a bad idea. We plugged it in, there was a large spark, & boom! the power in our room went out! A visit up to Mah's room to consult with him about our problem, a visit from the electrician, & our power was back on! After doing our homework for awhile, we finally got to sleep! That's only day one of the adventure, so keep checking back for more! I will try to update this ...
... seeing the Trevi fountain the first time! "Is that it" ;-) Walked back up the Bund to the shuttle bus pick up point, was flagging a bit and was glad that a bus was in. Ended up back on the ship at 4:15 and decided to go straight for a beer ;-) A great day ashore, nice city with loads of European influences, the walk down the Bund reminded me of the waterfront at Liverpool. A good shower and a soak of tired feet ...
... or something but it came out with a load of cream on top. To be fair it was alright, mind you I needed a drink and they're showing the Chelsea game so may need it. This hotel is very luxurious, think we've got a right bargain. Our suite is £400 a night, we've got 4 nights £400, result. Feels a bit warmer here so maybe I can ditch my scarf. As we're here for 3 days we get a chance to do some proper research & not just wing it. We also find a much needed local ...
... silk museum and did finally find some of the pretty little lanes with canals that led Suzhou to be nicknamed (somewhat ambitiously) as the Venice of the east. The other highlights were prodding what we thought were plastic silk worms only to find them move and seeing a dead rat drifting lazily down one of the canals with his feet in the air.
We returned to our hospital, I mean hostel, to check on the lame and found some improvement although Elo was still to poorly for ...