Hidden Garden International Youth Hostel
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Woke up and couldn't believe my luck. Slept through and woke up on a semi soft bed without a headache !
We're in the Crowne Plaza and the brekkie has been the best so far. Meet Jane in the lobby and first stop the Shanghai museum, spread over 4 floors in the dead centre of town. Then on to the old town district including the Yu garden , really pretty space that demands a photo at every turn. Lots of symbolism here so glad that Jane is ...
... calls to the highest authorities in China and one call to verify that we were booked in with Byron's mums group to Rarotonga and we were on our way.........till we got to security to have our hand luggage scanned again. Craig and Siobhan straight through as did Helen but...........what about the scissors in Tony's luggage! Scissors, when our luggage had already been scanned at Heathrow, the Pride of GB Security?
Tony did indeed have a very small pair of ...
... take the subway.
We walked the short walk to line 10, and the other girls bought Metro cards too. All of ours worked! We took the subway a short way, and headed up to Hong Mei. Scott and I looked up how to walk there online, and luckily it was easy to find. The street looked really pretty at night time, and we ended up picking the Shanghai Brewery for dinner. I got a hamburger and fries, which was really yummy. We all got American type dishes, ...
... 8 years since I'd lived there. It forced me to come to the surprising realization that I quite liked China. At least the tiny bit I'd seen. It took 8 and a half minutes to reach the airport. 40 minutes less than my journey the previous night, which had also included stopping and asking locals for directions, dropping my at the hostel with the right name...but the wrong suburb, before giving up and asking that hostel to shuttle me to ...
... the spiral western approach lit up with rows of lights changing colours. Unfortunately we didn’t have our camera out, as it really was quite spectacular. The spiral approach is at least half a km diameter, but still produces a lot of centrifugal force at the traffic speeds. Near the bridge was a spectacular circular building with hundreds of multi-coloured strip lights giving an ever-changing moving display.
Out in the main ...