Sijia International Service Apartments
Travel Blogs from Shanghai
Shanghai...again. This time we are picking up my MOM!!!! Sara decided on Friday morning to head all the way to Shanghai by herself. It would be a nice break for both of us. Then after Steve finished his classes he would head on up to Hefei and then get to Shanghai on Saturday morning. I (Sara) knew that I would be going crazy waiting around the …
... ground, and picked up the plasters...little did i know that the electric door was going to snap me up, right in the middle of the shop. So not only did i have a little tumble, i also got trapped in an electric door of the local supermarket, it can only get better!
Tonight was Ladies night (happens every wednesday), it means that the ladies get all drinks for free. However we decided to go to a really western bar where ladies night wasn't happening (we felt bad on the ...
... sign featuring the fish specialties of the day: None of which I would touch on a bet!! You can decide!
... been educated with English in China. They start learning while in middle school and then continue in high school. Some go on studying it at university. The cars are all left hand drive, with traffic driving on the right hand side of the road. There are many many Chinese tourists seeing the sights of their own country. I was not expecting that. Exchange rate - divide Chinese Yuan by approximately 7 to get Aussie ...
... It is best to arrive early and go straight to the beautiful and relatively peaceful Ming-dynasty Yu Gardens (Yu Yuan). A dumpling lunch, before the restaurants get too busy, will set you up for a hectic afternoon of shopping and haggling, followed by a cup of tea in the quaint Huxinting Teahouse.
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Pets allowed