Supreme Tower Hotel
Travel Blogs from Shanghai
Finally for a sleep in this morning, thought I was going to have much more of a headache than I did, but was feeling good. Went down stairs to have breaky with everyone before people started leaving. Breakfast was amazing, so many options. We had to leave for the airport at 1:30, so we didn't have much time to explore. Found a shopping centre which had a shop that was a combination of SAMS ...
... purses and filled with pork or pork and crab and broth. To eat one you pick it up with your chopsticks and put it in your soup spoon. You bite the tiniest little hole in one side and suck out the warm/hot broth inside – delicious. Then you dip the rest in a regular dumpling sauce of ginger, vinegar and soy………and enjoy!!! They’re wonderful! So we ...
... fast and smooth elevator back down again.
Food in Shanghai was a mixed bag. We ate in food courts in shopping malls a couple of times. One time we shared a delicious hotpot of spicy beef. Another time I had what turned out to be a depressing cabbage soup with bony fish in.
We ate at a delicious Yunnanese restaurant, bubbling hotpot of beef and tofu and thick chunks of twice cooked pork. I don't know why they cook ...
It was great to explore Shanghai for a day. We went downtown via the subway and saw the Pearl TV tower; it is one of the tallest buildings in Shanghai. And we saw some friendly dragons! I was beautiful there. I can't wait to explore some more of the city in 3 1/2 ...
The overnight train from Xi'an to Shanghai was not the nicest of ways to get there! I soon realised that my bed had already been slept in when I pulled back the scrunched up duvet and found a dirty tissue in the bed! Urgh! I decided to sleep on top of the cover, the smell on the train was unbelievable! Very smokey, toilet smell and overall dirt! It was impossible to stop gagging, however I did manage to drift off only to wake up cold! After trying several ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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