Rainbow Hotel Shanghai
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... local sauces and chili oil.
Finished breakfast early to do a fast run to the open market to pick up some last minute souvenirs since the rolling duffle bag Chai picked up has a little more space after I finished packing this morning.
Now relaxing and just waiting for the time to leave the hotel for the Pudong Airport transfer to Incheon, then to Honolulu.
Shanghai is the city ...
Sam's classmates made some packable laminated "flat" characters and they voted on which one or two Sam would take along with him. Meet ""Flat Matt" and his side kick "Super Sammy". If things go as planned, Sam will blog about his adventures with his 2 dimensional buddies on a separate blog with his teachers (and thus classmates) as ...
... at the exhibits and didn't stop to read anything (not very hard given that it was mostly in Chinese so I couldn't read it anyway), I only managed to view 3 out of the 4 floors before the guards came with their torches to announce that it was closing time. On my way back to my hotel I stumbled across a huge underground shopping mall. This inspired me to investigate People's Square, and I quickly realized that not going underground was the reason why I ...
... looking at exhibits of minority peoples and on the second floor where Chinese calligraphy is displayed.
Guizhou Province supplied many display items and it is the province we worked in during 1995-96 and there were many minority groups living there: Maio, Boyi, Dong, Yi among them.
The museum had many pieces of clothing, embroidery, masks and jewellery. in fact I was looking for a similar silver headdress to the one Jeff ...
... from my blog? I might as well start with the thing that is still freshest in my memory: going to the IKEA in Shanghai. The reason for my visit to this super store was that I decided I wanted to find myself a bed accessory in the form of plush toy, and I knew the IKEA was the place to be. Side note: you see massive teddy bears and other plush toys being sold on the streets daily here in Shanghai, from the backs of people’s bikes or from their cars (literally ...