The Seagull on the Bund Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... attached and Wendy scored a lovely pair of black sea pearl earrings. We arrived in Shanghai (2 hour flight), a city of 23 million and one of the most densely populated cities in China with 3800 people per square metre. The population has grown from 600K in the 1950s to 23M today. A mass of skyscrapers as far as the eye can see. The guide informed us that at present there is only a 25 percent occupancy rate. Costs for inner ...
... in to do battle with the crush of Chinese and expat who would be crowding the floors of this Giant superstore of discounts. Imagine our surprise when we walked into what looked like any shopping mall we had ever seen back home. The first floor of the mall had a Subway as soon as you walked in. The Carrefour was actually on the second floor of the mall so we braced ourselves again and got onto the escalator (with our cart) and crept our way up ...
We were taken to a tea room to watch a traditional tea ceremony....whilst all the words being said in mandarin, I have no idea as to what was going on....other than it was rather theatrical.
We got to nibble on a variety nuts and dried fruits while we got to sample some green tea and jasmine tea.
Time to head back to our bus and get back to our hotel room at the Shangri La. Tonight we have a gathering with our new 600 ...
... trouble is I want to keep looking outside as I like looking at the clouds and whats below! We have four hours left, so I'm sure they will let us officially open them soon as I don't actually think anyone is asleep judging from the amount of people walking around!
We are now in the first class lounge on Paddington Station! In China it would be almost 5am, so I ...
... the shops opened. We did have a good chance to look around though. We stopped at a bookstore to pick up some books for our class(which our teacher left at the hotel and had to buy again at the airport). At the bookstore, Hannah, Shianna, and I all bought postcards. Hannah and Shianna had to make a second trip to the cash register to buy CDs of their favorite Chinese singers. We got to the airport EXTREMELY early. Our flight isn't until 5:45 and we got to the airport ...