The Hongta Hotel, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Shanghai
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... said in a trained tone: "Now, may I introduce the services our company currently offer? You may choose any specialists to suit your needs. We have our Director (总监) with service charge of 168 yuans, our Image Consultant (形象顾问) with service charge of 138 yuans, or a Customer Service Specialist (客服专员) with service charge of 68 yuans. " I asked, "do you have any barber here?" In the past nearly ...
... see it if we were 'passing' it anyway. I'm quite glad we did, but I don't feel like we would have missed too much if we had gone straight to Beijing. We stayed in Shanghai for a week, during which time I got a deathly case of Manflu which left me bedridden for a few days (upside - spent hardly any money on food or activities! Still surviving on one meal a day!). However whilst we were there we found a couple of really nice restaurants and went up ...
... bamboo scaffolding prior to repainting the walls. In the afternoon we did succumb when in a gallery of some famous ceramicist whose work is exhibited in the Louvre we bought a small painting ... as if we have wall space to spare!
Joyce returned us to our corner of Shanghai which was on her way to an evening lecture. We bought fruit and relaxed for the evening.
Chris slept in late. Went on metro for some shopping. Chris bought some trousers at Marks ...
... I didn’t know. I am more
cautious now when buying things for the time and if I don’t have experience
with the product I now usually ask local Chinese for advice.
Every week my bike breaks down at least once. The chain has broke about five times and been replaced twice. The bell, a necessary safety feature here in China that has
saved me from a number of accidents, has been replaced three times. The left
break has been fixed once, both pedals ...
... pointers, the storeowners took out this laser the size of a damn hotdog, turned it on, and proceeded to light a match, which he had put in the path of the laser. Just the stuff that went down at this place was… epic. So after that, we had about 30 minutes of rest before joining up again for dinner with the guests of honors: alumni from the same trip, who now permanently resided in Shangahi. Now these individuals have chosen, of their free will, to work ...