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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... all night -paid for by the producers! We then headed off to a nightclub called Myst where I somehow managed to get a table and VIP area for everyone and got the nightclub provided us with complimentary champagne and Jager all night long, apparently caucasian females are a hit with nightclub management!! We had a very inexpensive evening and made our way back to the hotel in taxi's. Here are some pictures of the ...
... of the Bund. It was nice to look back at Shanghai at a different angle. Being a Sunday there were lots of families out. Again police are everywhere getting ready for this international summit where heads of state are visiting. We have been advised to carry our passports from now on as there are going to be lots of check points around, especially at public transport places. As we are heading out of town tomorrow we will oblige. We have survived the transport chaos for another ...
... English and it says where the train has just come from but inexperienced me who hasn’t caught a train since coming to and from the mighty Boro 10 months ago found it pretty easy to get lost on the spider web of different lines. I was supposed to catch line 1 to Peoples Square then line 2 to Shangers Science and Technology museum. I scrambled on to the first train, which was probably over capacity by about 1000; my bag got stuck in the door and I only realised when ...
... he was good company. Suitcases were stashed up high—great, imagine lifting 50 plus pounds over your head in a very tight space, and there were two beds on top and two on bottom. The bottom ones are to sit on before everyone goes to sleep and when everyone gets up, so we had to be polite and eventually encourage our new friend that it was bed time so he would climb up to his bed. I finished my evening with a large bowl of noodles, then called it a day. On to a new ...
After an emotional goodbye to mum at the airport i boarded my first flight to London. When I arrived I had my first proper go at carrying my rucksack, oh my God I am gonna need a few Thai massages to sort out my back and shoulders! After trying a few variations of different strap combinations I think I have it down to the minimum pain setting but I'm kinda wishing I just took a suitcase! I am hopefully proved wrong soon, god help my ...