Sofitel Shanghai Sheshan Oriental
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... and are very environmentally friendly.
You never have to ask for clean towels, soap, toilet paper or shampoo in the hostels I stayed in. They are always clean.
The quality control in Japan is evident everywhere. I wonder if an unorganized person could live here?
Japan is a modern city. They have rebuilt the country after the wars and natural disasters they face, being an island. There are the old wooden Japanese style building to be found ...
... the gardens we entered a long and broad avenue, Century Avenue, with beautiful gardens that lead back to the financial district. We had a bit of a wander and got some good pictures, all the while fending off over zealous touts for the copy markets. Once at the markets we agreed to split up to do our own exploring, and were to meet again in a couple of hours at the station in the middle of the markets. We had an interesting time. Again they weren't busy so we were ...
... out in the morning to see the city skyline, the highlights being the financial towers and the quirky looking oriental pearl tower. Within minutes on the observing platform I began to panic due to the excessive heat that we decide to retreat indoors for the afternoon and book our accommodation for the rest of China. In the cooler afternoon we try the city again. We first travel to French concessions which is an area of narrow streets filled with small ...
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... nice, we usually just talk for a while before or after their workbooks, they're pleasant and smart kids. They've also been to America a few times so we talk about that a lot as well. When I got home we met up with three of my coworkers to head to Hong Mei. On the main road near there is a large road sign that reads "Laowai Street" and laowai stands for foreigner. I thought it was so silly, I had never noticed it before and it was just so blatant. We found a restaurant that ...