Rainbow Hotel Shanghai
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... your pockets, as my friend did on our trip to Beijing, they will search your bag until they find it. Even though annoying, this has always given me a very nice feeling of security when traveling in China.
5. You know I am a big fan of street food, and I thought nothing can top Thailand - but the grilled eggplant with garlic at 4am in the morning after clubbing is the best thing in the world. Always worth its 4RMB, and the lady right next to our compound ...
The doctor saw me promptly at my appointment time, which I was also grateful for. He sat down and I handed him the file that Renee had put together for me. I felt like I was being interrogated about my medical history but again I appreciated his interest and thoroughness. After all, we are talking about my life here. We had questions about China’s policies on screening blood as we have read mixed things about lack of screening for ...
... lawless. Those who could had escaped to a satellite called Elysium where they were able to live in luxury and safety. Eventually after much drama the control system of Elysium is rebooted (the necessary programme having been installed inside the head of the principle character) and the resources of Elysium including all its sinister robots and universal healing machines are used to help the people of Earth. A happy ending to complete an interesting if wet ...
... doughy dumpling with leafy vegetables inside) until she got to the corner where we usually meet. She got herself a naihuangbao (same steamed doughy dumpling but with custard inside) and we sheltered a moment or two while we ate, talking to a couple of Chinese lads who were asking were we were from, before heading back out the monsoon.
After a brief stop at Jo's apartment to pick up ingredients for her sweet potato dish, Bri's rain poncho for me and a change of ...
... was not one unruly person, everyone just seemed contented. Amazing! My day started very early in Luoyang as I was unsure whether the taxis would be out in force on a holiday or the crowds at the airport would make it hard for me to get to my flight on time. How wrong was I? The taxi delivered me to the airport and there was no one there except the cleaners. Far too early. Eventually people started to dribble in. But it meant I had a very long sit at the airport.