Millennium Hongqiao Hotel Shanghai
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... had gone to get a signature seal with Lily's name on. I went briefly into the shop with Sarah, and on coming out he tried again. He asked how much repeatedly, I eventually pointed to Joseph's watch and we bent the truth by saying he had bought it for £5. The seller looked affronted and showed me that his had automatic movements. I had now started negotiations by suggesting a price and the seller worked very hard to clinch the sale. I eventually agree on £15 for ...
... do is shake my head. On the corner I see a row of taxis and I make dash for them. Theres at least 20 in a row, all sitting there I try the first, no he wont take me, the next, same again, the next guy shakes his head and points at his cigarette (anyone who has been to China knows 'having a cigarette' is not an excuse for anything here). Every cab says no. So I need to find this subway. I start walking, weaving in and out of bikes over fruit stalls and ignoring more ...
... for a few days away for Andy’s birthday in June, which will give us something to look forward to.
Still working *********estly, I know you don’t believe it!!!) I have another deal, and Andy has signed yet another great deal too, things are going well.
Time to sign off, and find a few piccies to go with this blog!
Hope you’re all ok – I even heard that the sun shone at the weekend!!
... ve been upgraded to First”, a short chorus of Hamdels Messaih could be heard in my head, then I thought but I am supposed to be working with my colleague on the flight, what should I do?
I smiled looked calm, well excitedly calm, said nothing but thank you and skipped to the security desk, not a qualm about abandoning my colleague, shame on me.
There is a door beyond security that I knew led to the lounge but had never managed to ...
... the place very fast and easy. RMB4 for one way (less than $1) was affordable. To take the correct directions, signs displayed the next metro stop - and not the end station - at the right and left side of the entrance way.
Yuyuan Garden was very crowded as we expected,but was worth seeing again after our first visit in 2006. We found the place where they make dumplings behind glass windows and watch the 'dumpling makers'. ...