Shanghai Nanjiao Hotel
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... all of the lockers too! I had a multiple freak out episodes throughout Kate’s tour, but one of the biggest was when I spotted a bright orange locker with the Broncos logo on it! There were about 50 lockers all with different painted designs on them. This was the only football locker and it was painted with the BEST team. She laughed and said that the person who it belonged to had recently left the company but said he would have LOVED my reaction. Uhhhh... yea ...
... only foreigners in a small crowd I suppose we were the only targets.
Jan realised she had once again left her blood pressure tablets at home, so we found a pharmacy but a script was needed, that story filled most of the afternoon, but I get ahead of myself.
We wanted to go on the Maglev (one of the world's fastest trains that leviates on magnets instead of wheels) so we negotiated ...
... the factory tour. Actually this tour was different than others I'd seen. The factory had a VERY sealed corridor running straight through it, with big windows s we could see the manufacturing process taking place - through thick double glazing. It was an impressive display of industrial hygiene. Oh, and we wore laboratory -smurf shoe covers anyway - just in case I guess.
It was at this point that I realised how long the tour was being. ...
After all the fun and frolicking of yesterday afternoon, today was a relatively calm affair. I was woken up to the soothing sounds of Harry bashing away in the piano. We soon discovered that the electricity to the house had been cut for the day so the promised fry up if eggs, bacon, baked beans and fresh bread has to be scrapped. While Ella and Emily went out in search of suitable alternatives, Harry and I started what would turn out to be a very long game ...
... was completed in 1908 and offered two elevators, the first building in Shanghai to do so. In 1909 it housed an Opiate convention of over 39 countries to cease the use and distribution of opiates and morphene.The hotel also played a prominent role in local history over the coming decades. It was occupied by the Japanese army during World War II, and was used by ...