Sheraton Shanghai Pudong Hotel & Residences
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... and enemies. The distinguishing features of these World Heritage structures is their shape and size. Many of them are doughnut shaped and the largest are capable of housing an entire clan of up to 800 people. There are over 20,000 in the inventory and though many of them are abandoned and crumbling, many are also still in use. They are truly amazing and we are glad we were fortunate enough to see just a few of them. We especially enjoyed ...
... br> 11pm, and went to the Marriott Central for cocktails first. We were
taking photos in the lounge bar when a lovely lady asked if we wanted
one taken together. She had recognised Will's accent and she and her
husband were from Scotland. They introduced themselves as Robin and
Jacqui and invited us to join them for drinks. Robin is the CEO ...
... Another reason is that the people view foreigners as rock stars so it definitely satisfies the ego. There is a social hierarchy here in Shanghai. Europeans & North Americans are on top, followed by people from Taiwan, Hong Kong, Russians and then the local Chinese folks. If you are a white guy in China, you are automatically seen as rich and intellectual. You are the top of the social class... guys want to be your friend and women just plain want you! For them, being with ...
... Matty S bought about a pound of pork jerky that he snacked on throughout the day. I took Matty S, John and Carolina back to Pearl City, 2 floors of jewelry stores. Carolina works in a jewelry store and can identify real pearls and silver, etc meaning she easily picked out the fake pearls. A few of the places had real pearls but were overcharging or just rude. One of the saleswomen was very upset when as we were walking away Carolina said they were obviously fake pearls. (Most of the shop ...
... lined and winds through a series of low shops (no high-rises here) which range from local Chinese boutiques to Gucci, Dior and Prada. This is clearly a pretty expat-friendly area, and the prices reflect that… things are definitely no cheaper than home, and anything imported is more expensive. But just one block off Nanjing Lu, you hit streets packed with local shops and bodegas, and small café/restaurants serving massive bowls of noodles for 10RMB ...