The Yuluxe Sheshan, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel, Shanghai
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Meridien She Shan Shanghai
The hotel is like a citroen, beautifully concieved poorly engineered.
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Travel Blogs from Shanghai
... worries some lines are
have stops that are designated for changing onto a particular line. Some might
argue that Australia is too spread out for that. But I say your wrong, Beijing
is huge and it works great for them. Beijing especially is the perfect tourist
spot because the subway works around the tourist places. If you can think of a
tourist destination in Beijing (except the great wall) it probably has a
specific subway ...
... items that yesterday’s cooking fiasco made us aware we needed so a solo trip to the Carrefour might be in order.
Renee got up early enough to go to the gym with me this morning but by the time we finished discussing it there wasn’t really enough time. A+ for procrastination. As cooking breakfast didn’t turn out so well yesterday we decided to go with Special K and fruit this morning. Safe right? Nope. First of all milk ...
... River Cruise – 3 hours, 6pm pickup from apartment
Was in fact two hours from pick up at hotel to drop off so somewhat short changed on this one and in reality, had we known more about it, we could have taxied there and back and saved ourselves the cost of the guide (Jessica again) and driver. However what a delight it was to see Shanghai's nighttime attire, all environmentally friendly LED lighting according to Jessica and absolutely gorgeous.
... that sounds maybe not so different after all. BUT! Once I wanted to join an introduction meeting about processing which is the making and mixing of creams. The invitation and everything was in English. Of course – we are an English speaking company. As soon as there is one person who does not speak the local language we have to speak English.
So I signed in for this processing course and was excited to get some more basic knowledge about a different part of the ...
... to near Old Town...but I was not "near" it at all! The map was not drawn to scale whatsoever, and it was just way too time consuming to get directions to where I was going. Lost that money...and didn't really end up using the "Big Bus" again.
No One Spoke English!
One of the things which was so difficult to do was to communicate, and find my way around. Not having google maps at my fingertips was an otherworldly experience. Reading maps was something ...