Yashidu Suites Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... From a three-wheeled cart, which was somehow called yellow fish cart (黄鱼车) by locals and remained as a major means for transporting goods up to 1980s, she was selling technology products among hair dressing accessories for girls. One of the items on her homemade sign was "Wonder TV Stick". I asked about it. According to her explanation, one might just plug it into any HDMI connector of his or her TV set, he or he would be able to enjoy all ...
... name is Wei. She's 24 and the youngest national tour guide for the company and she will be with us for the whole tour. We are to be her Sticky Rice family and stay together so no one gets lost. After the briefing of the do's and don'ts we set of in our bus for a look around the city of Shanghai, the economic capital of China. We have a local guide named Grace to accompany us as well here and to lead us around this city. Shanghai hosted the ...
... around at our own pace, I was with our kids most of the time, drifting between the smaller groups... Until they all seemed to vanish. Where to look... The cafe! :-) Some of the exhibits really grabbed, mostly paper cuttings and calligraphy which after been the subject of some classes at school, the students all round had a much greater appreciation for. Lunch at the Pearl TV tower was a real treat...In the revolving restaurant! Buffet style with Chinese, ...
... are enjoying our hotel with its air-conditioning and nice room. It is in a good location inside the old city walls and close to modern stores. We are also thankful for a driver to take us to places since our sightseeing destinations are not very close in this city.
We closed our day by going to, of all places, Wal-Mart! (again, a place I don't frequent in the States) because we had to buy food for our picnic lunch tomorrow.
Another fun day in China.
... seems to divert the focus. Not an easy crowd! I'm really struck by both Jenny's generosity and warmth to us, and yet this group of people is not naturally at ease with us. In contrast, Eric's family, co-workers, and friends, all come across as at ease and genuinely welcoming. We leave lunch with Jenny and hubby and are taken to Jenny's folk's apartment. They have been here for 8 years, choosing the 2nd floor, despite it not being as warm as up higher, due to their age. We snack ...