Palm Beach Resort Shanghai
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... was a lot better then the Beijing zoo which I visited 2 years ago. Overall the inclosures were a lot better and the animals did seem a lot happier.
The bear section was another story however which we didn't spend too much time there due to the conditions they were in. The inclosures were pretty much all concrete and it wasn't pretty to see. The panda exhibit was of course the best one to see and the 2 pandas that were there ...
... over $100 each way. The car we were in was a Buick people mover and very comfortable. It was interesting to see that even though we travelled three hours there were villages all the way. No open countryside. We went past the biggest lake in China. The name is ..............just google it if your interested. I have managed to miss the next experience up til now but at the factory I had to use a hole in the floor. Now this old girl doesn't squat too well ...
... only had I managed to get lost BUT I had managed to get lost in the most famous place in Shanghai 'The Bund' (for those that don't know, that place with all the cool, massive buildings, one looks like a marshmallow on a stick) It was probably one of the most amazing things I have seen apart from watching Jessica Burnett sink crate after crate of Fosters at uni and still manage to be upright. Joking aside I feel really lucky that I have been able to see such ...
Hello Friends! I am always wondering how many of you are reading this... I hope it someone more than just my mom, aunts and sisters! But they are pretty awesome too.
Well, sorry I did not post last night, it was a LONG Day.
Yesterday, I awoke at 6:30 am. So instead of staying in the room, I got up and took a long walk along the Bund and Huangpu river (Mother River). I did a loop and walked up along Nanjing ...
Excursion day! Sally’s friend organizes small tour groups so
we met up at a hotel with 4 other ex-pat ladies and took a bus out to Nanxuen,
which is a small water town (small compared to Shanghai, population 1.6 million).
The theme for the tour was to bring Christmas spirit to the town. We met up with
the members of the Lions club in the city and went with them to deliver rice,
cooking oil and other basic supplies to an underprivileged girl ...