Sijia International Service Apartments
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... under the water. It was full of really trippy lights and music (it should have definitely come with a health warning!) When we reached Pudong we headed to the Oriental Pearl Tv Tower, to go up and have a view of the city. By this time is was the evening, and Shanghai is the kind of city that is made for nighttime sightseeing. We went up 3 different viewing platforms, the highest 351 metres. Standard Shanghai had smog over it so the view was a ...
... on the pollution I have include a photograph of dusk in Shanghai tonight. Once we arrive back in Shanghai the traffic is horrible. Cars weaving left and right to secure that every important and non existent space in front of the bus. We are taken to the "high" street of Shanghai. Price are exorbitant in comparison, but everyone is dressed very richly. Bill and I sat at a pub and had a pint of Guinness. At 40 yuan ...
... fxxxing good mojito’s (we thought they should be judging by the mounds of fresh mint on the bar being chopped when we first went in!) and have to agree, they were ‘fxxxing good’!!! A couple of cool hutong bars after that, we were done.
This was the start of 5 days holiday, you know that I’ve mentioned before, when China have national holidays, they’ll add on days around it to give people more time off to travel & see family, but ...
... we met up with HM's brother, Jack, who lives in Shanghai. Although the sheer number of people on the subways was intimidating, the system is very modern and efficient. Super Brands Center is huge and upscale. Jack and his wife Teresa booked a room for us to dine with an amazing view of the Bund, from the other side of the river. Dinner was fabulous, including fish head soup, sea cucumber, crab, bamboo shoots ...
... my center. Less than ideal, so I started dickering. The end result was I got the 1stapartment I had looked at with this realtor. I talked him into 4000RMB ($630.00) per month, One month deposit and 2 months rent. That was great considering most landlords required at least 3 months rent and 1-2 months deposit. I also negotiated my realtor loaning my
a bicycle for the year. I paid my deposit and we agreed to meet the next day to sign the lease ...