Radisson Blu Plaza Xingguo Hotel Shanghai
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Conference facilities
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... where we'd spotted Xmas jumpers the previous day. We bought the jumpers and I insisted we both put them on immediately! There is a tour bus that goes around the City, much like in most European cities. With us only having one full day, we decided that'd be the perfect way to see everything.
Our first stop on the bus was the "Bund" which is where you get the most incredible views of the Shanghai skyline. There was a ...
... over in Shanghai at the same time as 'quite a few' other Chinese people had, to celebrate the National Day holiday. The National Day Holiday stretches over the next three days, and most Chinese don't get to choose when they have their annual leave. But they do usually have the choice of holiday venue, with most going to either Beijing or...here. I checked out several websites that evening, and they all said don't visit Shanghai during the National Holiday. Thanks ...
... studios. Now the area is displaying lots of different form of arts and cute cafes.
That same night Qiqi and Romain took us out for "a wedding gift dinner". We went to the most delicious Japanese restaurant with the most amazing sushimi and fried cod we ever had. The dinner was had Japanese style, on the floor. We ended the night at Qiqi's and Romains favourite massage place with a foot massage and wine, a great combination.
One of our most memorable things from China ...
Arrived in Shanghai. Picked up from airport by Mr Button (turned out it wasn't Mr Button). Walked round French Concession with Caro - checked out Propoganda Art Museum, a wet market, had coffee at Baker & Spice. Met Neil for Lunch at Din Tai Fung - dumplings. Owner not allowed visa ...
The sky is blue, but it is night. The sky reflects the colors of its buildings. I sit, perched on the courtyard's short marble divider, balanced between equally tall shrubs and the lower dirty cement that paves the ground on my right. A sign reads METROTOWN across the busy street and makes my notebook and skin glow red. Next to the words are glitzy, ...