Rayfont Celebrity Hotel & Apartment Shanghai
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This was the best hotel during our 10 days stay in China, the rooms & beds are quite comfortable. We were on tower C, room 3004 that faces the back of the complex so the noise from the road was minimal. The hotel is not that close to Pudong or Naijing Road however the metro station is only 5 minutes from the hotel.
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We have booked this part of our travels.The plan:
1) Shanghai for a week in a 1 bedroom apartment
2) Overnight train to Hong Kong where we could only afford a 1 star shoe box for 3 nights
3) A flight to Taiwan for 5 nights in another shoe box 3 star hotel
4) A flight to Beijing to meet Paul's friends Chris and Claire. …
On Tuesday of this week, Alex and I went to the Jade Buddha Temple. It took us almost an hour to get there from our apartment on the metro. (Of course, if we had not confused the Changshu stop for the Changshou stop, we might have made it faster.) This was a beautiful temple. There were people there worshiping; and others, like us, just touring. It was very inexpensive 20RMB ...
... We saw a couple eating ice cream and instantly felt the need too for something cold and refreshing. As it was only 1400, we decided to walk to the nearest mart. A quick glance into the store and we both decided to go to another store. We walked around to the main street and found an All Days mart. We quenched our thirst with ice cream, several bottles of water and grabbed a few snacks quickly. Around 1420, the bus departed from Shanghai to Nanjing. The bus was comfortable ...
... for my hands are no longer needed. Jeff and I carefully packed the bags splitting the weight of 8 or so books between the 2 bags. We bought a marvelous book on Suzhou soon after arriving. More recently are two very heavy books: one on Chinese houses and one on Chinese bridges. There are also 3 or 4 books on various ethnic minorities in China, and another on a Chinese wood block artist from the Xian area. Also from Xian is my discoverer-farmer signed Terra-Cotta warrior ...
... behind in one of the pavilions, possibility the Monaco one which was the only one you could actually sit in. We saw some really cool pavilions and some really stupid ones too... I was surprised to see South Africa had its own pavilion as I was told it did not have one but had a stand in the Africa Hall. It is nice, but I think they probably spent their marketing budget on the football rather than on a pavilion at some world Expo... hahaha... but ...