Shanghai Marriott Hotel Hongqiao
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... cleaning business. All in, the meal comes to £24 pounds, very good and very filling, and very interesting.
We wander back in the rain, and Sarah notices the top of our hotel has multicoloured flashing lights on the top, very garish. We go back via the local mart to buy snacks for our journey back tomorrow. At the hotel, I give a stern review of our plan to check suitcases are packed this evening and the times for our early start and breakfast. 5:15 start tomorrow! ...
... m a dripping mess and they're drooping messily over the tables. I ask a question. Silence reigns. I ask it again- silence. I feel the silent rage begin to boil within me. Answer my bloody question, I want to scream, but that might not be the best solution. I ask if they've understood the question. Nothing. I'm talking to a wall. A wall of faces but a wall none the less.
I turn away, wondering, if this keeps up, will ...
... some casual trousers without luck too. Our friend joined us again later, and another friend who was in town from Shanghai, for a few cold beers in one of the street bars, a great people watching spot, and a good ‘man park’ for whilst the women shop!!
Wednesday, Labour day, we headed out on the scooter, first brunch plan falling through due to lack of a few menu choices being actually available, so we headed to a newish place, Indigo Mall for some ...
... One time I did and I got myself red as the pepper after that I became more carful. :-D The food was really nice and even the pig foots were quite tasty. I had to give it a try...
Only chicken and all other birds are at the moment not recommended to eat because of the bird flue.
Below some pics with my lovely 2 relocation ladies and the tasty Hunan food.
... vegetables, rice, a noodle dish and green tea, which we all had to dish out a whole 10yuan for (not even $2). The next day we got lunch, attempted to find the foreign languages bookstore (no luck) then took a 1hr cab ride to the airport. Arrived in Shanghai at 11pm Sunday and the key to my room was demagnetized. Thank god for a helpful doorman.
Overall, quite a successful holiday!
P.S. When walking the 1KM ...