Joyage Business Hotel Shanghai Jing'An
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... flight was a bit rocky but we both watched Interstellar and pretended we just bumping along in the spaceship!
When we landed in Shanghai, the stench of cigarettes hit us immediately upon leaving the plane. We were only staying there rather than transferring due to a mistake by the airline and so they put us up in an airport hotel for the night. On the way to collect our baggage, I luckily spotted my name on a flipped over sign and we were told to meet after baggage ...
... and pick up your guts. The air was warm, with the sour, smoky tang of car fumes and outdoor cooking, very familiar if you've ever travelled in Asia. From here we took a taxi into Shanghai central, and soon became part of a huge logjam of traffic and people. There were horns, whistles, squealing tyres, and crowds and crowds of people, pressing along pavements and spilling onto roads. There were police everywhere, and neat, five man squads of soldiers deployed ...
... if I could read what it was displaying. The final gallery on this floor was the Chinese Painting Gallery, which showed scrolls by painting masters in various dynasties. I learnt that landscape paintings are divided into blue-and-green, gold-and-green, light-purple-red and water ink. The one without lines is called boneless landscape. There are also a lot of flower and bird paintings. There were a lot of beautiful scrolls, but I didn't really see a huge difference as ...
... we noticed was the smog, followed by the high rise buildings that filled the cities skyline. Both of which we had expected. Knowing Shanghai was the most populated city in the world, we also expected there to be a lot of people, we never imagined just how many people there would actually be. After departing the bus, we looked for the underground metro. Which became so time consuming, first descending stairs with signs pointing down to the metro, ...
... couple of parents dropping off their kids.
I did some Christmas lessons with the kids – we learnt a few Christmas words, sang We Wish you a Merry Christmas, read about Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (who ended up being called Noodle the Red-Nosed Reindeer in a couple of classes) and played 'pin the nose on Rudolph’.
At 4.15 when I was finally free I headed to Starbucks for a peppermint hot chocolate, a stollen muffin (both of which I highly ...