Biyun Diamond Court
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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My journey begins with a weekend in Shanghai. The plane was stopping there .... so why not! My flight was quite a bit late getting in on Friday night. We got caught in crazy Friday evening rush hour traffic. Had quite a bit of time to 'talk' with the taxi driver although his english was poor and my Chinese of of any dialect is considerable worse. We were stopped at a stop light and he pulls out his wallet and turns to me showing me a $20 U.S. ...
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... have something that feels a bit like home so close by.
After that big shopping tour. The basics are missing. I am running 5times through the Tesco but at the end I find everything I need! Inclusive a tea bottle - a plastic bottle with a sieve to filter the green tea when drinking. I guess a must have in this country!
... s busiest shopping street! We were now bound for the beautiful Yu'Yuan gardens - a lovely little oasis in the middle of the city demonstrating the Chinese ideal of garden layouts! And finally, over to the new Pudong area on the other side of the river. We got off the tube at the bottom of the Oriential Pearl Tower (huge!) and then wandered along on the raised walkway to the Jinmao Tower (really huge!) and the Shanghai World Financial Centre ...