Jinjiang MetroPolo Hotel Shanghai (Minhang District)
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... than a dozen dishes. Dale took a photo, but then she came back with more
dishes to tempt us. It was all very tasty!
The evening entertainment was a theater
show of Chinese acrobats! It was amazing!! The whole group was fairly young,
very energetic and quite talented. The show lasted 90 minutes and was exciting
every minute! Then back to the hotel to pack up for our flight to Wuhan
tomorrow morning and then to the cruise ship.
... Chinese toddlers are so well behaved and extremely cute. I may adopt. (See Pictures)
-The day of Hell. Half 8 till 9pm. With one hour lunch break. My brain was fried! Hopefully this was a one off.
-Booked a trip to the yellow mountains (Where avatar was filmed)
-A six day week, soon to be followed by a week off.
-My brother has booked his flights- EXCITING
... find Shangri La, it is here. The hotel even provides a copy of the book "Lost Horizon", by James Hilton, (c.1933) about Shangri La.
Monday we head to the TCM factory in Kunshan, an hour and a half from Shanghai. We'll be back in Shanghai Tuesday night.
Weather is cooler and drier...no humidity, and 14C (57F)....not so many curls for Vernie. The sun has finally appeared....our first sunshine in China.
... asking me, they were asking Amanda and Ruth if we would like to join them at a club tonight in the centre of Shanghai, FREE ENTRY AND ALL INCLUSIVE DRINKS. ‘Yo sluts, what’s the catch?!’, was my first thought. Amanda humoured the girls in some light conversation before they admitted that they were reps for the club trying to get white people to come along, in return they give us free drink all night. Yes, all night! Apparently, this is a ...
... so many people there, it just blew my mind. Walking the streets was like walking through a mosh pit and I got pretty beat up. I don't know why so many people would willingly choose to experience this, but I guess I feel a little more "Chinese-y" since I got to experience it too. The worst part was the subway ride back. We live all the way at the end of a subway line, pretty far away from downtown. So when we got on to go downtown, it was pretty empty and we ...
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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