Sofitel Shanghai Sheshan Oriental
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... morning and the traffic already was busier than peak traffic time in Adelaide!!! Arriving at our hotel, a The Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel, we suddenly saw how close we were to everything, bonus!!!!!!, not far to the shops!!!! We don't like spending time in the room, there's always too much to see and do, we went down the Pedestrian mall! found some places and did some shopping, then went down to the subway, got our tickets, then onto the train. We went ...
After last night we had a lazy start to the day. The morning was spent wandering around People's Square and the surrounding streets. We went into quite a few department stores as the foodhalls were amazing with all sorts of Chinese specialities that we'd seen people eating out and about. We stopped at a nearby park around lunch time and picked a popular noodle stall for street food for lunch. The dish turned ...
... cage since I was here in 2001. They have flower shops, fish shops, pet shops and insect shops. The Chinese are very fond of crickets and feel they bring good luck and harmony into a house. So there are shops that sell crickets and cricket cages to keep them in. These are all handmade. They can be made of bamboo or wood, I got one made of sandalwood. So my quest is over. Tomorrow we go out again. It is supposed to be a little warmer. I hope so.
... This is the preferred method of exercise for elderly people. It helps to maintain their flexibility and balance. Additionally it provides proper balance of positive and negative energy in their life. Cool! Maybe we will get out there with them while we are here.
We learned interesting facts about Chinese culture from our guide Zoe while traveling to see Yu Gardens and the Shanghai Museum.
For instance, we all know about the one child rule ...
... based desserts, which Adam insisted we order. I had no idea what to expect based on the description in the menu... what arrived at our table looked like entire glazed fruits - an orange and a lemon. To this day, I have no idea what sort of culinary science / miracle went into the production of these delicacies, but when sliced open, each fruit revealed itself to have been filled with layers of sorbet, fruit curd, candied fruit and sweet wafer. ...