The Portman Ritz-Carlton Shanghai
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Bin von dem Service beeindruckt. Das Personal ist sehr nett und aufmerksam.
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... those of you who know me well, this is the last place I can handle on a plane. Yeap I lost it. There was tears and in the end drugs. Don't worry family I didn't embarrass myself or dad - they were quiet tears. Anyway drugs working and another 40 minutes sitting on the Tarmac we were off and thankfully the flight was a good one. I can recommend Dragon Air. They were great. Because of our late departure the person meeting us at Shanghai had to ...
... was the Humble Administrator's Garden and this was lovely. Our guide explained to us the lay out of the garden and how it follows the yin & yang -- the evil spirit moves only in a straight line so everything has to have a twist or curve to it.
After the gardens we went for a ride along the canal -- there are alot of canals here as the river source only runs east to west so they had to provide water for the north and south. Our ride took us from the wide canal to the narrow canal and ...
So I had an experience today, but before that, here's my mailing address for those who got a postcard or want to send me one:
Student Apartment Building 8
Shanghai University for Finance and Economics
369 Zhongshan Bei Yi Lu
Shanghai, 200083, China
But today Megan, a girl on my floor, took me to the South Bund Spinning Market. That's where you get your clothes made. She wanted to ...
... personal space and queuing and those of the locals. After two days at expo we had a day off, and this made our last day there more manageable.
We had three days to explore Shanghai as well. Continuing the theme of 'water towns' , we took a bus to Zhujiajiao, about 30 kms away but still part of Shanghai. It is very touristy, but lovely still. We visited Qibao (a ...
... english here... it makes for a lot of laughs. We headed to the stunning Yuyuan garden that was filled with lovely temples, cool shaped rocks, pagodas, bridges crossing orange fish-filled ponds and crazy shaped trees. But soon the sky turned black a thunderstorm rolled in. We took shelter in the temples then made our way to the main road where all of China seemed to be hailing down cabs and there was none left for us. With no luck, we ended up drenched ...