Regal Shanghai East Asia Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
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The thing I was dreading the most, my first domestic flight from Shenzhen to Shanghai, it takes about 2 hrs 15 mins and I had a pack of valium on standby for when we arrived at the airport! The company had been split up onto different flights, and I wasn't with any of the SM team, or my travel buddy and fast becoming great friend Ben, it was also …
We returned to the city streets and made our way back to East Nanjing Road via our trusty subway this morning. We found ourselves in the same area we were in last night but of course it has a different feel in the day without the dazzling lights. We then proceeded to walk to the Bund even though we were here on Saturday with the group. It is …
... dollars instead of two. Apparently everything in China is about negotiating. Nonetheless the insurance company was able to confirm I didn’t owe anything and they would take care of this appointment as well as the blood tests I scheduled for the twenty-seventh. Crisis averted. As Awa walked me out I asked about where to go for lunch but she didn’t think it was a good idea for me to try and eat around the hospital as none of the ...
... have sent it to the chef for further cooking might have been OK. True travellers are seldom phased. In Beijing most cars seemed to have been imported. Apparently many marques like VW, Hyundai manufacture in China, and many models are unique to the Chinese market. Outside of the capital, most cars and marques are Chinese and the badges are unfamiliar except for the Great Wall brand and good old MG.
There are a few Buddhist temples in and around the city. Chinese Buddhism ...
... even though the ticket and bookings on Jetstar state Hangzhou (Shanghai) and they thought that it was just the airport name like Singapore's Changi airport. To make matters worse Jetstar lost James's bag and they had to endure a 3 hour taxi ride with a chain smoking cabby who had the window down the entire trip whilst James suffered in his shorts. It was rather funny watching him walking around Shanghai on a 2 degree day in shorts and a hoodie dodging ...