Rhea Boutique Hotel Shanghai Jinqiao
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... technically non-smoking, people are allowed to smoke at each end of the carriage next to the toilets. The (squat) toilets can also be pretty horrible depending on when you use them - one lady from my tour group would always go right in the middle of the night right after they'd been cleaned and nobody else was using them as everyone was sleeping! Having said all that, the train's actually not as ...
... of others; offer them recognition;
continually study and learn more to understand and gain appreciation for
other beliefs, art, dance, cuisine, people, etc.
Thank you. It's been really fun.
S/O to my GLP friends: this summer was a total blast. I loved
getting to know everyone, and I hope that we can stay close throughout
our time at 'SC and in the future. Thanks for the memories. xo
... the train leaves, the railway employee in charge of your wagon checks your ticket and exchanges it for another one, later on a police officer came to check all the IDs. The beds come with 1 pillow, bed sheets and a blanket. The cabins are quite clean and everybody takes their shoes off before climbing on the ladder that takes you to your bed. There is a small table close to the window between the 2 rows of beds and another table at the ...
... this on and this over your shoes.”
Once changed I was sent down the hall to room 112. The lady in this room took my blood pressure “Normal!” and then told me to lay down on a bed behind a screen which barely hid the bed, even though the door was open. She then pointed at my dressing gown thing and said “this, open!”, so I did as I was told while she poked at my sides and chest with a stethoscope and then pressed on my abdomen with her hand ...
... trip takes you to Suzhou to visit its classic gardens, canals and sild production.... This trip is not for the faint of heart!
Of Shanghai's three main areas, the old city to the south is typically Chinese with alleys, markets and temples. It is also the site of the ...