Millennium Hongqiao Hotel Shanghai
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... explore Shanghai by Metro train and on foot. We visited the People's Park, People's Square, Shanghai Museum, and The Bund and financial districts. The skyscraper architecture in the financial district is amazing.
Currency: 1 Yuan = @ 16 US cents: Metro trip cost 5 Yuan each; lunch at Starbucks =102 Yuan; 2 well earned gin and tonics after walking around for 5 hours =149 Yuan; bottle of wine at dinner in our 5 star hotel = 338 ...
... talk the agent into upgrading me so that I could fly with Renee. Of course that fell on pretty deaf ears. We gave the agent a box of chocolates anyway, which did brighten him up a bit as he bode us farewell to the oblivion of coach. We stopped off for some breakfast sandwiches. Renee got one from the unknown random airport restaurant and I stuck with the name brand Wendy’s. I had never had one of their breakfast sandwiches ...
... the traditional Chinese it is believed that eating dog will make any woman or man perform better (super star) in the bedroom.
No we did not have dog on our trip at least I don't think so. Chinese people that go to Canada think that a hotdog is guess what.
Highways in China. If travelling by road around China choose the toll highways most of the Chinese public stay off these roads because they don't like to pay the tolls, sounds like the ...
... once; have patience; stay true to my values; don't be afraid to
ask for help
- Integrity: value my integrity above all else; use honesty, loyalty, and truth as a guiding light for my conduct
- Trustworthiness: be someone who people trust and who is brave enough to trust others
- Respect: practice empathy, patience, and caution; seek ...
... place that was open called "Sliders". We got there early enough to beat the "this is the only place open in the whole neighborhood" rush so it was great. We headed downtown to the Bund and Nanjing road, and got the bright idea of waiting to see fireworks. We pretty much just walked around and killed time until midnight, when fireworks began to commence to celebrate the new year. I was expecting a huge show right in front of me, but there were just 12 shows surrounding ...