Le Meridien She Shan Shanghai
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The hotel is like a citroen, beautifully concieved poorly engineered.
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Stayed in this real dodgy hotel in Suzhou, only a short sleep and up again at 0600 so we could get some breakfast and catch the bus at 0730. We were taken to a few interesting places and meet some real nice people. Although I couldn't speak to them we could still interact, was quite good really. They took use to another silk factory's ...
* They work all day.. but they sleep at work! And play board games at work!
* They are a respectful and sincere culture
* Xi'an was the capital city of China before Beijing
* Emporer Qin (pronounced Chin) was the first emporer to unite the country... hence where the countries name came from
* The Chinese invented fireworks and the original pasta
... of us to keep up with the race, there is so much going on, fantastic atmosphere, and the cars whizzing by you, the noise, the energy, and trying to keep up with who’s where! So the TV screens were invaluable. Not the best of weekends for Jenson Button, however Lewis Hamilton got pole position, so it was great to see a Brit on pole.
Here comes the lucky part…… a friend of mine, Po / Jock Clear from many years ago (friends of Tanya ...
... using two lanes, ellbowing his way through the traffic. And the funny thing is: Most of the time it works quite well. Scooters maneuver around busses, in between cyclists en pedestrians.
Well, most of the time. On Saturday I saw and especially heard an accident. It was a loud crashing sound and it seemed that a motor scooter and a car did crash. From ...
... the act of asking for directions. We stopped at a museum which had all sorts of information about the founding and history of the Chinese Communist Party. When we went in, there was a group of probably 50 police-type men saluting a flag and pledging allegiance to the party ... that was very strange to see. My team was fairly successful at the beginning, but the long distance wore us out and we eventually conceded in the Concession, though we still placed fourth out ...