Jinjiang MetroPolo Hotel Classiq Shanghai Peoples' Square
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJinjiang MetroPolo Hotel Classiq Shanghai Peoples' Square
Excellent location and price! The location was the best thing from the hotel, you could anything you need just walking and you can easily move to other places because it has " Dashijie" metro station just in front of the hotel.
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... pleasantly surprised to be herded through all the customs rigmarole fairly quickly and 45 minutes later we are in the lounge waiting to see Jo. She's caught the bus, so is a bit late, but eventually we are united and we head for a taxi, which fails to come, so we take the bus. It's an easy journey almost door to door, so much cheaper than a taxi, but of course is cashless. Oyster card purchase tomorrow. Jo is looking very well and it's great to catch up again ...
... a treat it was. First we headed in search of pants, I'm still recovering from the theft of mine, but to our shock a pack of 5 briefs was 148¥ - that's £15!!! Too much. Upstairs we found the cherry on top cake- the Food Hall. The familiarity was overwhelming. Crisps, Percy Pig Biscuits, pesto and the bakery section, it was just like walking into the M&S back in Victoria. We managed not to go crazy and buy everything, instead we settled for a muesli slice before ...
... with the locals! After another restaurant dinner, we embarked on a river cruise. I thought that Shanghai was beautiful during the day, but it was truly magnificent by night! All of the buildings were adorned by lights which twinkled, sparkled or chased. Some buildings ever boasted pictures and electronic billboards which moved and changed. We returned to the hotel for a much needed good night's ...
... or violence were used. Those engaged in this form of kidnapping were known as crimps. The verb "to shanghai" joined the lexicon with "crimping" and "sailor thieves" in 1850s. The accepted theory of word's origin is that it comes from the Chinese city of Shanghai, a common destination of the ships with abducted crews. The term has since expanded to mean "kidnapped" or "induced to do something by means of fraud." (Wikipedia)
... wilting in the heat, the locals smoking on the stairs of these wonderful cliches. Impressive, Vegasesque modern buildings were dimmed by the crumbling shacks and rubble on either side. Families lulled in derelict shells of structures I hoped were not homes. Each extreme of the country; the exuberant flashy towers and the humble vender stalls stood side by side, and I did my best to drink it all in on the first night of my ...