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.
... diameter. Not very big for all those bikes.
When the show was over, Christian asked us to wait to leave until the crowd died down (although it wasn't a very big crowd) to leave. But wait! There's a surprise! Two of the main performers came out to greet us, and we got to go on stage, and then received our Disney pins for the day from the performers.
Once again, we collapsed in our beds back at the hotel, getting rested for the last city of our journey, Hong Kong. ~ ...
... in three or four of them. As we dodged other shoppers in the isles searching for groceries we would occasionally be treated to something familiar, Tide, Dove and various other US brand names did exist here albeit not always exactly as we were used to them. Food was the issue though. I have always tried to follow the philosophy of, “When in Rome, do as the Romans do.” But this is China. China is different. The saying here and I ...
... part of the top, then she would hold on to me very tightly!
After sitting in the Starbucks in that hotel sipping my coffee for a while, Shan decided she needed something to eat. So we bought some snacks. She had her first yoghurt since arriving China and she was so happy!
We had another great dinner at another grand restaurant, right next to the Nanpu bridge. Or it appears to be, as it is so big and ...
... the end of the meal, he had his birthday fried ice cream. It was a birthday well spent.
The very end of his birthday was spent listening to and seeing fireworks all over the city, once again. It just so happened that on this night of Chinese New Year, people set off firecrackers to scare off dragons or something like that. I'm not exactly sure. But it was really great to see them going off all over the place as we drove home in our taxi and then sat in our home to ...