The Puli Hotel And Spa
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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... there boiled everything and then ironed it to within an inch of it's life. It took years to get the creases out of my Levi's and all my shirts shrank two sizes, so now we try to do it ourselves. This didn't work in Xian, the lady cleaning our room noticed our dirty washing bag and without prompting took it all away and washed it, fortunately gently. Yesterday was deemed washing day so after I had a bath I collected together all the dirty laundry and ...
... every day we get caught up in. We will also remain in till the next world experience comes along. Tour group comradery will be a memory forever.
I know many are curious of how you prepare medically for a trip like this, so here are my thoughts:
- See your Doctor and make sure you are medically up to a strenuous trip like this.
... I was feeling all shaky and had a bad headache. So the rest of the day I haven't done anything, even though I know I'm going to pay for it tomorrow. I just had to unwind, and did nothing but watch netflix for a good 3 hours. Also I was very happy to go to dinner and eat the home-y-est and delicious thing yet; a big bowl of hand pulled noodles topped with scrambled eggs and tomatoes. And now I'm going to get a good sleep so I can be ready for the over load of hw I have to do tomorrow.
... 11 pm. The bunks are hard and the train jerks a lot during stops which are frequent. Comfy sleep it is not. We’re woken-up around 6am but the loud talking of the next compartment. That granny may be all smiles but we’re not amused. At least we got to see the beautiful scenery on the way, going through the mountains, seeing the rice paddies, trees, fields and a glimpse of a blue sky.
All that is gone once we reach Chengdu (16 hour train ride). The ...
... no different. Shanghai is not, by its nature, a run-able or runner-friendly city. There are few parks near the CBD, and those that do exist are tiny, mostly smaller than a square block. It also gets relatively smoggy after the early morning, so going later than first thing isn't a great option. However, none of these factors mean that you can't run Shanghai; they merely make it more of an interesting challenge.
So most mornings, I lace up my ...