URBN Hotel Shanghai
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... and you just have to suck it up. You'll put my mind at ease if I know that crickets don't have brains. Do they? The sculpture park, corner of beijing road and jinjiang road. What a perfect place for spending the day. The photos will show you the sculptures. Sadly, While I loved being there, I had a bad reaction to the Chinese definition if 'viewing' art. There were the most gorgeous cast iron cows on the grass, that were screaming 'climb on me.' But there was that man again, ...
We got up at the crack of dawn, my warm faced angels still groggy with sleep.
At 7pm we arrived at the airport and as expected it was a a very, very teary farewell. It was one of the hardest most unnatural things for a mum to do .. saying goodbye to her brood - the next five and a half weeks will be tough but having Shae with me will help heel the gap.
After checking ...
... member who practiced wushu Kung Fu. He is on his was to Shanghai to practice with some wushu masters. Nice! Once we landed at pudong airport I got the maglev train to the city. 430km an hour! It's China's way of great first impressions. Although the actual need for it is questionable! I transferred to the metro and got off at one Of the few stations I knew and walked for 15 minutes to the captains hostel near the bund. Met a group of Chinese on the way so I had ...
... rain and the rush hour traffic was not a good mix, and luckily our friends got there much faster. The restaurant we chose was Basitaan's. A Dutch place that had a menu and a price we couldn't find anywhere else, so this place won. There are two stories, and a bakery connected to it (the waffles are just spectacular). The first floor was quiet, relaxing, with chef's carving turkey's behind a window. Upstairs, where our table was, was a whole different story. There were two ...
... card which was no trouble for us.
Karen Strickland, breeder of fine Siamese cats at Karuss Cattery, North Ryde is another of our more flamboyant and delightful friends. Like our relationship with Anne, we have forged a wonderful yet unlikely friendship with her and her family through my introduction at a local cat show some years ago - where to Alan's dismay I came home with the most gorgeous black Oriental kitten, Kim Chi Pickle (I was in a lot ...