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.
... The Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Center did not sound interesting, but we listened to our guide and she was right. Though it might sound dull, the place was fascinating. It contains the largest scale model of a city ever created. It is a model of the downtown area of Central Shanghai. I could not capture it all in one or two photos. The building houses the plans for Shanghai's next twenty years and ...
... We attended a real news conference: it was for The 2nd Shanghai International High Tech Trade Fair. It was bit too professional for the little journalists, but we witnessed how the real journalists asked questions and how the whole journalism system works. We were lucky to have some time set out just for us to ask questions freely, and they were all answered quite nicely. We then visited Shanghai ...
... a much easier transition into the city. There was no question of what the taxi would cost and we breezed along the freeway from Pudong airport. Another Mario Andretti ride. We slid right into bed for a long sleep. Now this is a hotel! We savored the fresh crisp sheets, cool air, quiet and pleasant surroundings. The other hotels were fine, but this was very much a welcomed oasis after so many days of travel. The staff spoke English ...
... that I appreciate the monotony of the approaches. I suspect they think I'm in their target demographic.
You can't avoid the miasmal mass of humanity in Shanghai, so I decided I might as well stay in a dormitory for a change. Break out of the misanthropy! The man sleeping above me (in the bunk bed, I mean) starts talking to me. Although it's to point out that the slippers I'm using because I thought they were the hostel's ...