Yunqi Haihang Resort Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... in the front seat, next the stranger who agreed to drive three foreigners to someplace, where? He did not know. So we left Riley and Jordan, our personal interpreter, in the rearview mirror, to fend for themselves. Here we are, three Americans without any Chinese language skills, tooling down a ride with a stranger and his young sidekick. Our driver spoke a handful of words: 'No money.' At the first stop light, he frantically clicked out a phrase ...
When we left Jordan and Riley shortly after our beer at the Boxing Cat, they headed out to the Pudong District to shop for cheap knockoffs. Unfortunately, they arrived after the shops closed, so all five of us shopped out there today. Alison bought a a Jade-like bracelet and a table runner. I bought two silk ties and three pairs of socks. Grand total for all of ...
... look like a tiny village. That's how many people there are. After some (more like a lot) of walking, we arrived at the world famous Westlake.
The first thing you notice about Westlake, is the atmosphere. It is so peaceful. You kinda forget that you are even in a city with over 8.7 million residents. People young and old are relaxing and becoming entranced by the sheer beauty of this place. Everyone walks a little ...
I haven't seen the chair of my dissertation, mentor and friend, Cynthia Franklin in more than 12 years and we happened upon each other in China of all places. She was travelling through the country conducting trainings. We were lucky enough to meet up in the beautiful Hangzhou - a short train ride from Shanghai. The lotuses were in bloom so we were treated to a feast for the eyes and soul. It was a beautiful day and so wonderful to catch up with an old friend and ...
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I chose a bike with slightly broader wheels, more like a mountain bike, due to the steer being a little higher. Besides, in China, there's not really the need to bike fast, because the traffic is really unpredictable, and the bike lane is more or less used by everyone. A bell is quintessential, and one has to ...