Xijiao Guest House
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- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
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To arrive in Shanghai at night is to be welcomed by a spectacular display of light and colour. The hour long ride in from the airport was an infinite freeway lined either side by ghostly highrise but then you hit the CBD and the motorway becomes a multi storey monolith that snakes towards and around a city skyline like no other. It felt like we were on a giant life size Disneyland ride. The view from our hotel room was equally inspiring and ...
... to look at it) they didn't have any so we stuck with chicken and prawns. Just as we were paying for the meal, an old gummy lady came to the window pointing to what was left of our food and rubbing her tummy. The restaurant staff did nothing about it so Paul went to invite her in to finish our leftovers- they told us no. Paul had half a beer left so went to take it to her and again the restaurant staff wouldn't let him! He thought; well do something about them (the beggars) then ...
... of fame under the scrutiny of several iPad and iPhone cameras.
Following this, we ventured to the Shanghai Yuyuan (Yu Garden豫园) Market. This was not unlike Hefang Street in Hangzhou and featured several hundreds stores and street side stalls selling a variety of souvenirs and goods. I personally, along with my two fellow adventurers (The Enigmatic ****rish and the Eerie Sophie), found a ...
... apparently. Walked down Nanjing Rd. Went to Fake's Market, led into 'secret room', Naomi bought handbags. Checked out The Bund - turn of the century buildings amazing, Pudong Skyline etc Went for a traditional Chinese massage then had delicious vegetarian dinner (apart from fake tofu ...
... water and heater both decided to stop working at the same time....I spent a good week with out a heater and roughly 2 weeks with out hot water...needless to say being cold and dirty doesn't motivate one to be a productive human being. But the moral of this is a person can live in many varying conditions. I walk down the down the street and I see people in their shops/homes with no heat, presumably no hot water unless it is boiled...and instantly I am ...