URBN Hotel Shanghai
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
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... from the ancient Chinese Dairy Queen around the corner that particular afternoon.
Throughout our trip we really had some incredibly food experiences and enjoyed a lot of the different Chinese dishes that we had the chance to try, but by the time we reached Shanghai and were presented with so many different options for lunches and dinner, it was really hard to stick to our guns and eat “local” cuisine. While we did end up eating at a little ...
... buildings, surrounded by water canals. We wandered over bridges and through cobbled streets, along houses decorated by colourful lanterns and brightly coloured lace verandahs. It was charming. Old people sat in chairs fast asleep, oblivious to the foreigners ogling them, ancient dogs lay at their feet, carefully tended gardens trailed into the water and weeping willows created cooling dappled shade. Here at last the group sighed collectively and took time to listen to ...
... Just as the girls have been identifying with their own Chinese cultural differences to that of our homeland, Dr Zee has also been taking note of her own observations along this journey as well. A personal incident early in the week highlighted one element to her. As most rooms were fitted with a bar fridge, Dr Zee’s was not. So their friendly "go to man" George, eager to make her feel more at home, arranges for one to be delivered to her room. Quite happy ...
Imagine walking into a cafeteria where no one speaks English, the menu is not in English and having to order yourself something to eat. Well, that's largely been the experience since we've been at Shanghai Finance University. Pretty much everything comes with rice unless you tell them to hold the rice. There's always a wide variety of vegetables ...
... I used to love when I was a kid. I remembered the game where you had to throw a ball into one of the goldfish tanks to win a fish. I poorly reenacted (my budget was very minimal) this by having cups filled with candy and tickets and ping pong balls. I had a game to see how far you could hit a penguin, a game throwing darts, and a hac-e-sac game. The party went alright but after two days of it we were quite spent. The last party was on the night of the ...