Wyndham Grand Plaza Royale Oriental Shanghai
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After last night we had a lazy start to the day. The morning was spent wandering around People's Square and the surrounding streets. We went into quite a few department stores as the foodhalls were amazing with all sorts of Chinese specialities that we'd seen people eating out and about. We stopped at a nearby park around lunch time and picked a popular noodle stall for street food for lunch. The dish turned ...
... breathtaking buildings and all put up in the last few years on swamp land. We took the shuttle into town and found ourselves in - a jade shop where we were sold a map of the city for one US dollar! Bit of a rip but we like a map to clutch. We walked along the famous Bund admiring all the old Colonial period buildings and ventured into the Bank of China to change our Japanese Yen into Yuan. What a business - by the time ...
... shower, bath tub, and a big counter. And for me I would give it 5 stars!
After checking in, we went out to have dinner and then spent the night roaming around the different stores in the vicinity.
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... go to study in Spain for a year or two; so we often talk about him. And, this is what we were doing as we walked down the stairs for the last time ever. The bell went as we reached the bottom, and as I didn’t have my bike with me we would both leave by the same entrance. As we walked out the gate, she turned away from me to go left, saying goodbye to the space in front of her – and that was it!
Straight after school I got a taxi to Shane’s Head Office for ...
... my apartment and our office is located). 3. This building in which Morgan Stanley has their offices is called the Shanghai International Finance Center, and I came to learn that it was built by a Japanese company. "How / why would I have learned that?" you may be asking yourselves. Well, I'll tell you: the bathrooms. Apparently the Japanese have a very high standard - and have devoted a lot of R&D - when it comes to bathrooms, hygiene, toilets, ...