Ramada Hotel Shanghai Wujiaochang
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... be told the tickets issued, are only stand-by. WTF!!! Back to the Alitalia desk. We are told that they can't change it now, we have to wait for the stand-by tickets to fail... Back to the China-Eastern desk where need to wait until 45minutes before the flight leaves before they wave at us and we are checked on to the city of Shanghai. We will take a connection to Melbourne and spend a few hours in Melbourne where Qantas will take us to Adelaide. Our luggage is on the ...
... where the Jewish refugees gathered for
religious activities. The museum holds many scrolls and other cultural relics.
Built in 1927, the former Ohel Moshe Synagogue (the prototype of Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum) was also the headquarters of the Jewish Youth Organization. Between the year 1937
and 1941, Shanghai ...
... Village. Regardless, I've enjoyed my time here. My first night I met up w/ Meghan's college friend, Dan, who is here for work for three weeks. He took me out my first night to "M on the Bund", a super fancy and super Western hot spot where every single person was white. It has a view of "The Bund" (a famous strip on the water overlooking the skyline) from the 7th floor patio roof deck. Cocktails were $30 a piece, but Dan expensed it :o) Still, wanted to give ...
... presents. As most people should know, you don't just come into a foreign toddler class empty handed, you bring the little goobs gifts! (plus I already kinda mentioned he might bring chocolate hehe) He handed out all goodies from good ole America and the kids absolutely loved it. Not only was there chocolate but the boys all got a toy car and the girls their own personal play doh (I'm sure some of you avid readers saw the video on Facebook :) So for the rest of the day ...
... minutes we still saw children on the back of bikes with inflatable toys: we where that close to the beach. We drove from west to east and back again a couple of times more, untill I found out that the internet was working on my phone. That way we could direct the driver in our best Chinese to the nearest metro station. I gave almost perfect directions, as it wasn’t technically my fault the ferry was closed and we had to drive back on the same road for about 5 km. ...
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking