- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... one of seemed to be watching something while the other was sleeping and vice versa. We both made sure we were awake for the food though; that's the most important part of the flight. Especially since the plane food has gotten so much better recently.
We finally made it to Shanghai, in the early evening Shanghai time. I was surprised with how much the airport was like a shed; not at all modern and efficient as I had been expecting. Perhaps that’s ...
... get headaches that feel like a crown of screws being tightened until my head explodes. Other than that I feel fine.
I showed up about fifteen minutes late to my appointment as my taxi driver thought I should get a full tour of the city before bringing me to the hospital. I don't complain for two reasons, one he would have no idea what I was saying and two, the difference is about two dollars.
As usual when walking ...
... a year old but the development in Shanghai is so rapid that the whole road famous for it's street food was now a shopping mall and lots of small smart restaurants. The difficult part about eating in China is unless you go to top expensive restaurants there is no English menu and the fact that they write with symbols makes it impossible to make head or tail of it and unless there is pictures there's no way you can eat there. After spending a while searching for ...
... This was THE BEST foot massage I have ever had!! There were 3 of us-our” leader” was a woman who has lived in Shanghai for 4-5 years. She definitely knows her way around the city.
We were escorted into a dimly lit room with several comfortable chairs, pillows, footstools. We were immediately served herbal tea and a plate of fresh fruit. The masseurs walk in with a wooden bucket lined with plastic (that's the sanitary part) filled with ...
... duel with the city.
Beyond the glimmering lights of Shanghai's waterfront, though, lies the real China - down the side streets where noodle houses don't speak a word of English, children play, and street vendors greet you as you choose your daily bing or baozi. The taste of Europe is a pleasant throwback to my summer on the continent not so far away, but China is where I want to be, the side streets is where I will stay, or ...