- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and the "Aladdins" and us did have an entertaining time, and yes we did gloat!! Enough said. Overall Shanghai is an interesting place with lots and lots of Chinese tourists and a few round eyes like us. There is little or most of the time no English spoken by the people on the street, shop owners, tourist bureaus, or officials, police, etc. The place is geared at the Chinese from out of Shanghai and they come in droves. Have a map in both English and Chinese and ...
... train was quite an experience, it took just 8 minutes from the city to the airport the speed gradually increased until it was travelling at 431km per hour. So they did get a return ticket 8 minutes each way. There was a point when a train was travelling in the opposite direction but blink and you missed it, the only noise is a slight hum. From there the trip went on to the tallest tower which has the now usual viewing platform. He took some great photos that really show the ...
... a back room. Then there's another secret wall to open and then another before we finally get to the good watches!!! We're there for a while but we don't like anything. I feel like I'm on some secret mission as we sneak back out. We go down to next floor and are in another kind of secret room when we get ushered out very quickly. The police have arrived. We act like we've done nothing wrong as we watch the stall holders hide stuff, pull down shutters & kick customers out. It's ...
... good night sleep indeed.
I have to say that Sun Island is a bit far from the city center but the journey is worth it for the fresh air and the change of environment from Shanghai city. I think it would take about one and half hour by metro, so going by car will be the best choice and if the traffic is good, you reach Sun Island within 45 ...
... to get you to buy her product) and generally smells....not to mention the live animals such as frogs and snakes.
Wet markets are where the Chinese shop. Here you will find fresh produce - eggs, veggies, fruits, fish, meat. The trouble - the meat is not refrigerated and a lot of the “meat” is still ALIVE! :) My Ayi Sally will often get us fruits and vegetables here as she can get them for a quarter the price they ...