Tian He Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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A Normal Night Out
When I was in Beijing two weeks ago I met a couple that were staying at the Box House with me. Emily and Paolo were from a town near Rome, although Emily is originally from England. We had a great chat about all of the different places we had all travelled and about the challenges of travelling in China. They were going to be in Shanghai the first week of November so we exchanged email addresses and agreed to ...
... you onto the line and push you off (well, he pushed me off because I found my legs naturally resisting a little bit to jump off the edge of the 60ft ledge!) - then walked back through the park, had a sit under one of the little wooden shelters to have a drink and a rest. - walked back to the entrance, and waited on a bench whilst Vicky rang her mum to pick her up to take her back to Nanmen. - me and Stayin firstly couldn't find a bus stop that had a bus back to Buzhen within the ...
... Card (100RMB), and also an International Calling Card with 100RMB on (but I am only charged 75RMB as discount.) · Walked to LinPing Road Subway Station, and as it was raining Hua took me to "Family Mart" kiosk to buy an umberella which was about 17RMB. This is where we took the subway from Linping Road (Line 4) station, then got off to change to Line 10 at Hailun Road, to take us to Shanghai Zoo station. We then had to walk to the Shanghai International ...
An early morning, quick breakfast at the hotel and a few teary goodbye's with our favorite hotel staff....Norm needed to order a special cab...our 6 large suitcases and million hand-held parcels just wouldn't fit into a regular one. Our bell boy would not even get into the elevator with us AND our luggage-probably a good thing. Hugs and more hugs, into the van and off to Shanghai we went..... Made it to the airport so early, had to wait over an hour ...
... but we're blaming it on granola bars, nuts, chocolate bars and Cheesies that we brought to help sustain Norm in the coming weeks. The walk through to Arrival area was something to see- lines and lines of people waving signs and bits of paper and flags looking for various passengers, most in Chinese. After we ran the gauntlet, we could see Norm and what a welcome sight he was! He had a driver in tow, who we nearly disabled when he tried to ...