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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It is May Day Holiday in Shanghai and the weather is beautiful. We packed some bread, cheese a little fruit and our blanket and headed to Luizajui green space for a relaxing picnic and to enjoy the beautiful day. Found the perfect spot under a big shady tree. Enjoyed our snacks as we watched the people in the park. I then lay down on the blanket with every intention of having a nap. Bettina, relaxed watching the ...
... Disappointed, yes, but we still enjoyed watching the blur through the window, and the sight of several people trying to pry their watches from the carriage floor. I explained to the Chinese gentleman next to me that we had a train system in rural Victoria called 'V-line', which was sort of the opposite to Maglev. He had not heard of it. Maglev stops pretty soon after it starts, and then you step back into the earth's normal gravitational field at Longyang ...
... a crossroads. I had planned to go to the gay bar, but here I was enjoying myself immensely with a new group of straight friends. And then I remembered what I had learned only 2 hours previously: When you live in the moment, you experience life at its full capacity. I elected to join my new friends at an infamous club in the heart of Shanghai.
For 100 RMB I was granted liberty to ANY drink. That’s dangerous.
It wasn’t surprising then that within an ...
... 2 hour conversation thus ensured, which provoke many opinions and complaints. Being situated next to an African American, asian, and half-black individual, we talked on and on about affirmative action, racism, feminism, and numerous other topics to our content. We definitely got a thrill out of voicing our opinions and not caring exactly what we said or who we offended, since none of us were concerned with unintended insults. I couldn’t believe ...
... an obstacle. Never when we were both with the stroller. When Sandra was alone, if someone offered to help it was usually an older person. Even fancy hotels invariably had steps and no ramp and the footmen and whatnot would just watch us.
I guess it all became clear when we visited the Museum of Urban Planning - only access is via steps, no ramp.