Jin Jiang Pine City Hotel
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The work week was a rough one. Very long and very very busy. Yesterday my boss asked me to stay in Shanghai. I was SO upset. I broke down crying in front of her. I am just soooo very tired of living in the hotel. The people who signed contracts for Shanghai have been in apartments for weeks now! I would have approached everything so much differently if I had known I was staying! On top of that, ...
... a delegate) had his iPhone on the hunt for a nearby bar. He found one that can only be described as breathtaking. A rooftop bar with a view of The Bund and nearby area. But the drink prices were... breathtaking as well.
So after a couple of drinks at the rooftop bar, I suggested we try the French Concession area - an area famous for bars and nightspots. So we got into taxis - and got out in a VERY lively street - and had a lot of fun.
Ice - Broken.
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... kites, reels and string. We are looking to buy something a little more upmarket than the ones being pushed by the numerous touts at all the tourist hotspots.
What is amazing is the rapid development that has taken place over the past 20 years. Alex said that he remembers as a child (he is now 30 years old) living with his parents in the area that is now the financial district with literally hundreds of the most sophisticated high rise buildings. His parents ...
... in front of the taxi and then there was a smell. It wasn't me! IT was stinky tofu and I can promise that I will not be eating that. marlin says it tastes like it smells. (dry heave). We arrived at the hotel and it is beautiful and very posh. There are walls of Marble and people running around in uniforms that look like zebra stripes. We were escorted to the lobby for check in and our room is on the 39th floor overlooking the park. It is beautiful and there are TREES!! You can see ...
... A few people can afford the $500 per square foot condos, but most people ride efficient public transportation to and from their government subsidized, small living units.
BICYCLES, FRIENDLY, POPULOUS, MODERN, SMOG, HUTONGS, NORTH-SOUTH AXIS, FENG SHUI, GREAT WALL, FORBIDDEN CITY, TIANANMEN SQUARE, PEKING DUCK, IMPERIAL GARDENS
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