Jinjiang MetroPolo Hotel Classiq Shanghai Peoples' Square
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... we were still in mud huts). But best of all was the Ming furniture (1500 /1600's), very simple designs, elegant and practical. There was also a large display of coins and currency including a printing plate for bank notes from 1200, about 400 years before we "invented" printing. By the way I hope these blog entries are readable. I am using an iPad which over the past year I have come to hate, it seems to try and guess what you intend to write and fill it ...
... turning around 3 or 4 times to look at me (I think I already told that). Yesterday I saw a man on one of these bikes to transport anything and he looked at me in a very friendly way. I immediately started to smile because it was a nice gesture. It was the same situation when I had been on the tour in the mountains. Some of the people there have maybe hardly seen any Western person before. So they looked at me sitting in the bus and some waved at me and I waved back. Or we just ...
... left from the same place as the shuttle bus. This driver was saying a price a little bit more expensive than what I’d read it should be, but it was only about a pound or something more and he kept eagerly saying yes when I tried to make sure he would be taking me all the way to the airport. I sensed that something wasn’t quite right, as ...
* We did not ever find out why the truck drivers did not have their headlights on. Nor have we ever seen this since during our following visits to Shanghai city.
** "Pst.. pst: don't tell anyone but I have been known to buy polo shirts too....."
** Some three days later, Alan found Shirley's keys in our peg bucket.