Supreme Tower Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... You walk along streets where locals still cook and set up tables on the side of the road and hang their washing from makeshift lines between electricity poles, then turn a corner to be faced by Dolce and Gabbana ! Despite the number of people, this is a clean city, with cleaners sweeping and collecting rubbish all the time (as well as the poor collecting the plastic bottles). The river is the busiest we've seen anywhere, with freight back and forward 24/7 ...
... Shanghai is a massive airport with not very many signs, everything was in English and Chinese but there just weren’t many of them! So we did eventually navigate our way through the airport to the internal connecting flight, the airport staff hated us , Kirsty got stopped AGAIN because she had too many liquids in her carry on (bear in mind they had already taken stuff off her at Heathrow – very safe) and then we found out that the flight ...
... traffic. I think if you ride one of the many old, electric scooters around here you really take your life into your own hands!
So we walked down Beijing Road to The Bund, which is the western bank of the Huangpu River. It is the so called Colonial Area of Shanghai, where the western powers built their hotels and buildings before the Japanese fought its way into town in 1937. The even have a Peninsula Hotel here, like the one in Hong Kong and a Fairmont Peace Hotel ...
... to have some "Red Tourism" over the next few days. It should be over 100 Degrees the whole time. By "Red Tourism" I mean we are going to Mao Zedong's birthplace and the locations of the first communist party meetings here in China. We are also visiting a school tomorrow. Also, Dim Sum. I cant wait! Finally the end of cafeteria style Chinese food.
Have a wonderful week at work everyone! Happy Monday!
... br> I dumped the rucksack as soon as I could and had my last pizza, BBQ chicken and cheese. Mmm. After 5 long hours I was on the biggie flight, 12 hours to shanghai. There was not a vast selection of movies but watched The Help, great movie and even better book if anyone is looking for a good read :-) the seat was awfully uncomfortable and I managed to get a few hours "sleep", or maybe more appropriately called tossing and turning ...