Starway Hotel Pudong International Airport Wanxia
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The forecast has been mid teens so warm clothes were packed. A long flight without mishaps of the South China Sea meant we landed in Shanghai on Saturday evening. The hotel was as I remembered it, small, clean and with a comfy bed. Sunday I awoke to bright sunshine and people everywhere (it is Shanghai). A quick breakfast of boiled egg, noodles and boiled green something (vegetables?). Then off for a walk to get my metro card topped up, a SIM for my phone and some ...
... and was my favourite. Fletcher needed to change some money and went into 3 banks before finding one that would do it straight away. The second of these, the now Bank of Bangkok, has a gorgeous entrance hall with a coloured dome and mosaic pictures of cities around the world. I got told off for taking a photo.
We checked out the Peace Hotel. Our niece, Serena, had told us of the Old Jazz Band which plays there each night. We found out times so we could return.Then ...
... our individual rights to security and freedom. They lacked the honest nature our system was designed to establish. So why is Frank so upset? The Chinese Government, "The Party," is notoriously underhanded, misguiding, and reserved.
Before I left the office, I asked Frank what he thought. To him it was a simple answer: Hero.
Maybe it is the dirtying of the pristine American facade that he finds so disconcerting.
... of brown flowery vegetable. Then we had soup with balls of pork, egg, and chunks of fish. Then the main course of dumplings came out and some cooked vegetables (carrots, mushrooms and peppers). If you're thinking that sounds like a lot of food, you would be correct. We, by no means, came anywhere close to finishing the food. We did have a wonderful time eating and conversing with Luis and her family. Luis was nice enough to act as a translator all night for us. I enjoyed ...
... find souvenirs in the shops at old town. Our group really likes to shop - even the guys - well, mostly Mr. Buchert. Old town had some very interesting odors resonating around the streets, but we forged on to find the just right gifts for our loved ones.
Next, it was time for more Chinese food! Yay! As far as food goes, I think all of us are ready to have a nice Mexican or Italian meal. As you can see, we had everything from french fries ...