Marriott Hotel City Centre
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMarriott Hotel City Centre Shanghai
Hotel rooms was awesome, large comfortable bed, clean room. Close to Nanjing Road.
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... and an ample amount of Starbucks’! This morning I tried to do laundry for the first time. My friend at the hostel told me I should go and buy soap because the soap at the hostel wasn’t very good. I went to the store nearby and brought up something that was mostly in Chinese, but said ...
Yes it has been a while. And I have not been anywhere recently, with only receding memories of Taipei to hold me over until the next trip. I am locked in the pattern of "teacher" presently. Trying to expand young minds and all that. Aside from that, summer has finally come. She has planted her warm and far too sweaty embrace around us all here in the city on the sea. Emphasis on sweaty. The days of perpetual dripping wetness have come ...
... for five days before he went to hospital. The first hospital could not get it out so he tried some other hospitals before returning the next day. What do you say to the triage nurse? As for the why apparently the intention was to “enhance sexual pleasure with his wife”, yeah right! After eventually removing the offending article “Doctors were astonished to see such a big item taken out of a patient’s body” You could not write ...
... a few boring streets. and then we came to a familiar bridge. There were people selling vegetables on the street. We saw an escalator and decided to investigate. It was a GROCERY STORE!!!! We have been living here for 8 months and we just now discovered a grocery store a block away from our apartment. Below the grocery store was a vegetable market so we bought some veggies and went home.
Once at home I made 2 delicious salads.
... is 492 metres high. We bought the full ticket for RWB150 to go to the 94th, 97th and 100th floors. Even though it has never been the world’s tallest building, it still has the world’s highest observation deck. On the 97th floor is the Sky Walk and this is like a bridge across the sky. Above this is what we felt was really the sky bridge, the 55metre Sky Walk 100! This is the world’s highest observatory and contains a glass-floor ...