Joyage Business Hotel Shanghai Jing'An
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... The ladies don't do it. 12) English signs and t-shirts that make zero sense. Our pool says "No Hubbub". 13) Liquid yogurt, consumed via straw. It is sold everywhere and people seem to love it. 14) Children and babies on vehicles without a helmet or seatbelt. We saw a whole 4 person family on one scooter. 15) Super sized roadways - Beijing topped it with a 14 lane boulevard. 16) Tons of staff. Every store and restaurant has staff standing ...
... something for a crazy ride that takes you plunging into oncoming traffic, pedestrians and anything else that might find itself in your path. When you arrive at the destination the driver points to the meter. You then hand the driver the proper amount of money and get out. You hope the driver stays long enough for you to get all you belongings out. Fortunately for us we are staying in a nice hotel and the staff came out to help us get everything ...
... morning’s activities, they were happy to stop for their lunch break. With a welcomed surprise of 'fried rice’ for lunch (usually rice has been served up plain during their stay in China) it was a welcomed feast, with all of the girls declaring it to be the best fried rice they have ever had the pleasure of consuming!
Feeling a little more revived from their lunch, their next adventure was on to the large detailed model railway on display. ...
... to keep the spirits out the Chinese made the pathway to the garden a zigzag. Also, I noticed the buildings of many of the structures in the garden and other temples we explored in China had big step ups in order to enter them. This was no mistake. Evil spirits cannot jump either. So to keep them out in every doorway at the bottom is a huge barrier that you have to step over to enter. I thought that was pretty fascinating.
... there. You are not allowed to carry any flame source on a plane in China. As I was putting the lighters in the bin, I noticed a cleaner who was about to empty the bin, was watching me. I offered him the lighters and he gladly took them. At least someone would enjoy them (sorry all the smokers at home, no Dubai souvenir lighters for you anymore. A very happy Chineese cleaner has them).
On arrival in Beijing I was greeted by ice, snow and -6 degrees. I was through the ...