Fraser Residence Shanghai
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... in the dark, and then wouldn't let me contribute any money towards the fare. I couldn't say thank you enough. It was a relief to finally get to my B&B and promptly fall into bed. So much so, that I'm actually writing this the next morning; and I can hear the birds outside heralding the sunrise, as the light slowly creeps through the window brightening my small but cosy room. The hardest part of my trip is now over; and I'm looking forward to what today might ...
Urban Planning Exhibition Hall had a made replica of the while Shanghai and it lighted up! Shanghai Museum is where we went next it had everything from Ceramics to Seal to Calligraphy,Paintings,Jade,Furniture,Mi nority Nationalities Art. So cool to see what the centuries had and what it looked like. We stop at cafe in Museum to have chocolate cake and ...
... kids (Russians just growl). We’re inside and we visit the armoury. It’s a fabulous museum if you’re interested in kings and queens and their lifestyle. From what they wore, jewellery, furniture, gifts from other kings and queens, cutlery, crowns, weapons and carriages. Really an impressive collection but the highlight are the Faberge eggs. We walk around the Kremlin to the churches in the courtyard. There’s a show with soldiers marching around and also ...
... head home for a holiday; that means it's time to send money home to my account so I can use my UK account to buy aeroplane tickets online. (I'm sure you all know me well enough to know that that account is less than empty!)
There are a lot of Western Union locations in Shanghai, so I thought I'd try it, seen as doing it through a bank seemed like such a headache. Last weekend, I found one place relatively close to my flat and popped over on Saturday ...
... culture. Silk road coins. But it was the stunning display at the Shanghai Urban Planning Museum that stood out for us. One entire floor of the museum with a futuristic vision of Shanghai.
The French Concession area did not hold much interest for us, but we stopped briefly at the historic site of the 1st ever CPC (Communist Party of China) meeting (1921) nearby. V had visited this on a cold February afternoon in 1994 and it was closed then. The only memory V had of his ...