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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... collecting on most, and the occasional hard sell old woman. Mostly they just said hello and left you to it. I love these old lanes, with narrow alleyways off to the sides, and kids playing in the streets, content to play with a simple cardboard box.
Being an international city, Christmas is acknowledged here, and so yesterday we visited the Kriskrindel Market, held in the gardens of an old French villa. Stalls full of ...
... glitz and glamour!
Dinner was at ‘GII Wonton’ (think of a fast food wonton joint with free Wifi, this is where I am writing this entry), then back to our ‘home’ for a much needed elevation of the legs!
PS - Shae’s baggage had arrived when we got ‘home’ and was delivered to us as promised by the staff of Pudong Airport! (Xie Xie, Xie Xie!!!!)
... lighter, I thought I should just share that while dealing with the absence of my grandparents, my mom found my Grandma's wedding dress. It seemed like a brilliant idea to put it on. Brilliance is not something my family lacks and, as a big fan of ball gowns, my Grandma, and wedding dresses in general, I shimmied into that thing with an enthusiasm rarely seen outside of large sporting events.
And I took pictures. Plenty of them. In princess poses. And it was ...
... ve been there. There was a very, very long line, about 50 or 60 people, waiting for some enticing smelling bouza, similar to dumplings. Louise told us they were famous for their name, but not necessarily the best tasting out there. Then in the evening, we went to a restaurant that serves fondue on Sundays. We were slightly alarmed when the waitress initially told us they just stopped serving the fondue, but then the assistant manager came over and assured us it was ok, and ...
... hang out in such establishments, I am pretty sure I never would have seen this because nothing like this exists in the States. Our group of seven ladies was greeted at the salon door by a crew of Chinese women in matching black ensembles and neatly arranged up-dos. We were quickly whisked to seven armchairs in front of seven mirrors, wrapped in seven smocks, given seven glasses of water and transformed into seven piles of suds. My attendant dumped approximately 1/2 ...