Jinjiang MetroPolo Hotel Classiq Shanghai Peoples' Square
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... Chinese breakfast, Malaysian/Indian breakfast, noodle and soup station, egg station, western breakfast, chilled juice station, smoothie station, fresh fruit station, smoked seafood and Japanese breakfast station, cereals, salads, cheeses, breads, pancakes, cold cuts, waffles and an on site bakery! This place was huge and if you could not find something you liked...then you are just plain crazy!
With breakfast finished with, it was time to meet up with ...
... there must be a set somewhere! Even by the end of the day we had only found a single fork and spoon. So we resorted the robbery. A knife swipe straight to the bag and now I'm sorted! It was a very relaxing day that consisted of cocktails, tea, cake and football. With a beautiful American meal, and I had some cheese! Beautiful. Tomorrow is my first day at university, and I'm very worried, more so about my first night sleep in my ...
... prepare meals and eat together. They share toilet and bathroom facilities and prefer this way of life as they all look after each other. Note how close the houses are built so close together. The younger generation, however, prefer to live in the flats in tall skyscrapers where they have their own private facilities, but little to do with their neighbours.
We could have returned to Shanghai, but the 40 minute journey in continuous traffic ...
... walked across into Nanjing Road to a huge Apple shop & were directed into the basement where the service tekkies and boffins are and asked someone to look at the iPad and help us. We were lucky enough to choose a guy that had spent some time in Finland and spoke really good English. He was really sympathetic because firstly they said they can’t do anything, but when we told him that ...
... At the end of the 19th century and beginning of the 20th century, the Bund became a major financial hub of East Asia. For me, it brought to life scenes from a Lisa See book I'd read recently, "Dreams of Joy." It was a mix of Old World and modern, and didn't look exactly as we had expected. I think both of us were expecting to see more old buildings. The boardwalk was bustling with tons of tourists. I wanted to stay for a bit ...
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