Shanghai Marriott Hotel Hongqiao
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... are hopeless. The production shows and feature artists are very enjoyable and we have a favourite group we follow. It is difficult to use the Internet or email near to China as Google, gmail, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are all banned and not accessible. The ship Internet is via satellite so it is slow and expensive. Time to go and dress for dinner. Afterwards we are going to the entertainment which is a theatre production called "Do You Want To ...
... delay at 1600 and so many other flights were delayed. Nobody seemed too bothered so maybe this is common practice in China? At 1645 the terminal announced a gate change so I had to run to the other side of the terminal to catch my flight. The flight itself was very nice. I flew China Southern Airlines: I had a great seat at the front and a perfect view of the smog beneath me. (This is one of a few things ...
... first time we reported this, but since then only apologies and a promise it will be taken care of. The brown water is very off-putting. All in all, it is looking less and less likely we will travel with HAL again. This, despite our exalted Four Star Mariner status. We’ll miss the free laundry service, but it appears to be time to move on to a company that takes better care of its customers, especially the long-time ones. Suggestions, anyone?
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Dinner was good...all of our meals will be served family style...which is great because we can taste numerous items, not just the one dish we order. There was so much food! Since our stay here wasn't planned, the meal wasn't planned ahead by our Chinese speaking director....and not one person in the restaurant spoke English! Ingrid did a great job ...
... to string instrument repair! This town has a district for everything!
As abruptly as I'd realized my viola was broken, I found myself in a back alley of the French Concession full of tiny repair shops. Like watching a mesmerizing snow globe, I peered into dirty windows and saw women crouched under staircases working on cellos and men in 4x4 shops tuning violins. I double checked the business card and knocked hesitantly on ...