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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... run over by cars, scooters or electric bicycles. Bruce & I managed to buy more souvenirs...Then it was off to a silk factory. I was ok with this. We bought a silk duvet. Silk is hypo allergenic so no sneezing for Bruce. They vacuum packed it so it is flat. Then a large lunch - the shopping made me so hungry I ate the food without taking any photos! BBQ, stuffed mushrooms, shrimp dumplings, mustard greens with bacon...yummy. ...
... quite nice, with parks and gardens and an art museum which was good but a bit disappointing because I didn't read the guide book properly and was expecting a museum about the history of Shanghai! What was a bit unfortunate was that we were in the biggest city in China (pop 15 million) during most of their week-long national holiday, so it was abolutely packed. There were times when the streets were so busy that it was difficult to move, let alone actually ...
... terrible, and they gave me an appropriate amount of **** for it. I decided to take a step outside for some fresh air and to clear my head and sober up a tad. My outside adventures took me about 50 feet from the club where I decided it was probably not a good idea to go wandering about the streets of Shanghai. The curb greeted my bottom and I sat for about 15 minutes, reminding myself that I could still stand, walk, identify objects, and speak; so I must not be too drunk. ...
... in some way. On our way there we saw the VIP line... and an idea came to us. True, without a passport I didn't have a chance of getting in, but using their language it was worth a try! The girl with the fear of confrontation walked up the the German "bouncer" for lack of a better word and explained in very polite German that I was a German teacher at home in Australia and was wondering if it was at all possible that I could see the pavillion. His reply in German was ...
... Africa, France, Lichtenstein, Finland, Caribbean, Cuba, Chile, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Luxembourg, Mexico, and Ukraine. We spent about 10 hours on our feet, and by the end I was debating about just cutting them off. We are off to Hangzhou whose main feature is a massive lake with hiking, biking and boating. We are definitely in need of some R and R after pretty much being on the go AND on our feet for the last 16 days.