Washington Business Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Omega and he said £50 for the Rolex and £45 for the Omega. I immediately looked shocked and said 'tai da - too much!' and walked on. He followed me and tried to get me to offer a price. Regretting my interest, I tried to shake him off with 'bu yao! - don't want' at least 3 times. He then told me he liked me as it is warm (not sure of the logic here) and reduced the price to £35 for the Omega. We were a bit stuck outside a sweet shop while we waited till YF came ...
Our last day in Shanghai and China. Our Flight is later in the evening so we had some time to kill - but we decided not to go too far - after all Shanghai seemed like a lot of other cities - seen one you've seen them all - Not really but there wasn't anything we really wanted to see that we already hadn't seen and besides it was sooo hot and humid. So we just hung around the ...
... The most impressive of the two was the seated Buddha made from white Jade. Pictures were not allowed, however authorized images can be found on various websites. The reclining Buddha is made of marble and is able to be photographed. Prior to entering the temple, we were able to take a group photo and also participate in a good luck incense burning. The temple is now a monastery of Chan (Zen) Buddhism so many were present in worship. As ...
... trashcan? Yes. Let's consider ourselves even then.
The best part about this holiday combo pack is that it meant I had a week off work! While I originally thought it would be brilliant to do a little traveling, I was warned to avoid it. Once I saw the chaos that ensued, I am so glad we decided to stay home! Even though Shanghai is usually crowded, I would classify it as complete insanity during this holiday. They even had to send out policeman ...
... writers of Shanghai and which has been restored . The passageways in the underground were very much like a shopping mall - lots of small shops selling clothes, mobile phones and food. Part of the journey was over ground and you could see small enclaves of very old houses amongst the blocks of flats - these are presumably the ones which are being knocked down and the people moved out of them into the flats as the city gets more and more modernised. When we’d got of ...