DoubleTree by Hilton Shanghai Pudong
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDoubleTree by Hilton Shanghai Pudong
I stayed here on a complementary voucher due to a flight cancellation, but I feel so privileged to have stayed here! Every single aspect of this hotel is flawless. If you ever get the chance to stay here, it is very much worth the price!
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... village and today has transformed into new highways new ports new bridges and new office towers The charm of shanghai is to see the old neighborhoods mixed with new skyscrapers. In five years they have built a new area called Pudong which has become one of the best world class financial districts in asia. Over 300 of the worlds top 500 enterprises have opened branches in shanghai. It has grown from a provincial city into ...
My last day in Shanghai--and China!--has been a good, well-rounded one. A friend suggested I rent a bike, which was a great idea: the city is flat and drivers give cyclists space, in their own way. I started at the Shanghai Propaganda Museum, which was one of my favourite things of the trip. This man has a huge collection of propaganda posters from the early days of the PRC. Most of these posters have been destroyed. The collection is in the basement ...
... we met at 18:30 and went to a local Chinese restaurant, if I am honest I thought it was our worst meal to date. The 'sweet and sour' and 'Chow Mein' styled dishes felt more akin to those of the typical takeaway in the U.K. and they were disappointing when compared to the fresh, authentic 'Sichuan' dishes which I had become accustomed to. We took a moment of silence at the table at 19:00 to commemorate remborance day which was nice. After dinner ...
... ways away from the rows of skyscraper apartments where the Chinese really live. The stark contrast between the illusion of their adds and consumerism and how the people really live is staggering. Do these people really think with enough watches, enough beauty products and material things they’ll finally achieve happiness? Only as much as any other culture now dominated by western and consumerist ideals I suppose.
Today I earned the nickname of ...
... not so cute. And let's just say, I do not want to hug them. I just want them to leave me alone.
So thanks YeYe...you make my every complaint about transportation, hygiene and ways of life seem like a complete waste of breathe, energy and time. Which I guess they are anyways. Ah, they are so wise.
Onto my next train of thought. While away, it is entirely expected and not at all unlikely that you develop a yearning ...