Rayfont Celebrity Hotel & Apartment Shanghai
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... was blocked...so we enjoyed a coffee from Starbucks while the driver, Mr Fu, somehow worked his magic to get to the airport. The first impressions of Shanghai included thoughts about "modern, western and busy"! And after a checkin and change we made our way towards the shopping mall which was adjacent to Peter's hotel. OMG, this is totally another world. I am not sure I have ever seen so many people in a seething swarm and for 90 minutes we were pushed and moved in ...
... br> Additionally, while I can’t call from my American phone number, I can call and listen to voice-mails! So, if you called my American phone hoping to catch me, that’s a no-go. However, feel free to call it and leave me voicemails! They made my heart happy!
As many of you predicted, I am saying southernisms in class. I can’t help but call them “punkin” and at the very least, Helen has picked up on the word. Success. One down, 145,678,452,129 to ...
... from Harry Potter. And if you're Mary Kempa this is Button's orginal home.
So far we've had two classes today. And after this one ends, we have free time. I have no idea what I'm doing today yet, but I just love being back here. I love Shanghai. The sounds, the sights, and the food. I plan on taking none of my time for granted and buying even more DVD's than last year. ;)
Miss you all.
... I am only teaching from 8 - 2 each day, I'm knackered. My brain has enough fuel left in it to watch a movie - the DVD collection is growing at an exponential rate - possibly go to the gym, and then eat a variety of goods that range from lovely western fare, to food so weird you would rather chew your own genitalia off.
Speaking of food, the stuff at my school is so bad that it makes my own cooking look ...
... sculptures in one locality. The art district itself is a maze of alleys, where converted traditional residential houses showcase artistic talent. Some turns actually lead you to the backdoor to real homes, laundry and all. It was quite amazing that a cluster of old, weathered houses has been revived into a thriving and throbbing centre of activity. Tellingly, both locals and tourists descend on this charming ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRayfont Celebrity Hotel & Apartment Shanghai
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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