Shanghai Astronautic Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... sell you rubbish you don't need, markets with god knows what meat on offer, it was interesting to see but I wouldn't rush back in a hurry. It was a bit too busy for my liking, I'm being polite - it was absolutely FERAL there. Sarah would of had a small litter of a thousand kittens had she have been with me! We then visited Yu Gardens, tranquil serene and peaceful a lovely way to spend a reflective afternoon admiring some authentic ...
... ten times worse than that ride. Still it is part of the experience of travelling and we are coping so far. We have found some more Interesting streets tonight so we will investigate them tomorrow in the light of day will be safer. Speaking of safe - there are so many police and security people around you do feel quite safe. They all have whistles and today Gary got the whistle blown at him because he stood on a wooden bench to get a better photo. It was so funny - well for me ...
... and it obviously triggered the conversation topic of what drinks I like and how much I like to drink. I was about to lie lowering my number to 4 beers but before I had chance to answer they seemed very shocked at a single glass of wine. Good job I didn’t say anything, and too scared to say I like **** loads of Carling, I went for the classier option and said white wine. Bad move, as they opened what looked like it should have been chucked out of house and home about ...
... is not with us - it would have been her form of slow torture, but Mark is enjoying every step and being very appreciative.
We got a few hours back at the hotel to find a wi-fi link for this purpose and take a dip in the pool to cool off. Another buffet dinner tonight before taking a river cruise to see the Shanghai skyline at night. So far all 3 of us holding up to the time change with ...
... still traditional in the sense that I overate. There were about 18 teachers total at dinner and we ordered a ridiculous amount of food. It ended up costing each person 60 Yuan which is quite expensive in the Shiz. I decided I was going to stay true and eat till I could not possibly move anymore. It felt right.
December came real quick and we had many activities and parties to participate in. Every year EF puts on a staff party for all of ...