Shanghai Marriott Hotel Hongqiao
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... The shed! What a name but its a lovely and we see the most Europeans we've seen on our whole trip put together. The only Chinese here are the ones working, a few woman and a man asleep on his table! A pool table takes up most of the bar and Cian and Des put their names on the board to play. Dinner ordered we relax after a long eventful day...Miriam, Des and Cian enjoy a few beers, we've ordered burgers and bangers and mash. ...
After a relaxing rest, we woke up deciding to discover the city in the best way possible: just walking around and let us lost ourself! Old city and Yuyan Garden We crash into a small street market where we spent around 2 hours taking pictures to home made food prepared directly on the road, weird vegetables we never have seen before and picturesque people who got dazed by our passing by. Then, we moved to the Nanshi district, where we visited the ...
Having a driver at my disposal, I have not yet been adventurous enough to try the subway system (metro). Several people I have met have assured me how easy it is and I have to try it some time. So yesterday a lovely woman I met from Australia, Linda, who I have been getting to know, said she was heading off to the Blue Calico museum via subway and would I like to come along? Checking my "busy" schedule and finding I had time ...
... and eating. Once my button on my pants was ready to break and I was falling asleep at the table from being so satisfied, we decided we should go home since we had to work in the morning. I'm hoping we will do this again soon. And, for whoever visits, you will most likely be treated to one of the meals. For the rest of you, just look at Lindsey's pictures and pretend you're eating the meal.
That's all for now. Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving. Hope all is well. Miss you lots!
14 hours of flying across 7285.94 miles and 13 time zones brought me from Boston to Shanghai to begin a five week work trip that will take me from Shanghai to Beijing to Bangkok to Phuket...and maybe a few other places in between.
Since I will be here for so long, it's been nice to have the time to settle in and acclimate a bit before running out to see and take photos of everything there is to experience. The extra time has been particularly nice since I ...