Shanghai Airlines Travel Hotel (Pudong Airport)
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... trees inside. When you order, they give you a stuffed bear to take to your table until your order comes out. A BLT with a fried egg on it and a huge Waffle with syrup and fresh fruit and whipped cream....Yummy. Ready to walk all over Shanghai in the rain!
We first explored the Anxi Market which is a low cost market of sweaters, jackets, bags and shoes. Then we took Ashlee to a ...
Again, we woke up around 4 AM. At least we were able to sleep for a good 12 or 13 hours to try to combat this pesky jet lag. Our day started by waiting in our apartment until normal business hours (around 8 AM) for businesses to open. We killed the time by watching the elderly people in our neighborhood perform tai chi near the tennis court behind our building. There's also an outdoor gym-type area where people work out at that we watched for a bit as well. Once 8 AM hit, we ...
... pixel perfect production captured the beauty and movement of a world-class performance in a new and mesmerizing way.
A film crew for Japanese television is filming in some areas of the ship.
In every edition of the ship`s Daily Programme is a notice advising us that jogging and power walking on the Promenade Deck is not permitted before 8:00 am or after 8:00 pm as this disturbs guests sleeping below. Must be some heavy joggers and power-walkers around.
... yes =)
second, as soon as we aboarded the plane, the pilot went "good morning ladies and gentle men. It seems we have a communication problem and we’re going to be 20 minutes passed our schedule" ....... seriously, >.>
but that wasnt the worst part =O
third, although there was a communication problem, the problem lasted for 2 hours rather than 20 minutes =_= that’s right, we had ...
... to an end in 1943 when the French government signed it over to the pro-Japanese puppet government in Nanking.
We wrapped up at the French concession area and headed off to a Brazilian barbecue for dinner. After dinner, the bus dropped some of us off at the Bund waterfront. We loved the night view with all of the lights. It was interesting to see all of the screens that run advertisements on the buildings. I tried to catch pictures and ...