Shanghai Ever Sunshine Hotel
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We ran into JP and his daughter, Vicky, about two minutes after grabbing our last bag from the luggage belt. After a bum rush at the elevator door, our first experience with the Chinese way of no lines or queuing order, we hopped in the van driven by our Shanghai chauffeur, Wushifu, and we were off.
The highway was immaculate. No trash or weeds on the side of the road. No graffiti. No accumulating gravel or accident remnants on the shoulder. Lights ...
My first stop in China was Shanghai. It is a super modern, super western city. There is a big fancy pedestrian street, called Nanjing road, and a huge river walk with old buildings on one side and all the huge skyscrapers across the river, called the Bund. I got some really awesome ...
... when buying our tickets. It was near the end of the back straight and 180 turn to the entrance of the pit lane and start finish straight. We had great views. The noise was incredible and the best about it was Mark Webber retired from practice and the race in the same stop just in front of us. Did we laugh hell yes. After qualifying we got into the pit lane thanks to Tracy knowing the Race Engineer of Lewis Hamilton. Now that was time I will never forget and I ...
... Now the question can be answered that everyone has been asking: what next...
And the answer...DRUM ROLLLLLL!
As much as I have thoroughly enjoyed my time in China,, I believe the chapter here is closed. In the time that I have been here I have learned so much about myself and who I want to continue to become. I will now be a part of the expat community in FRANCE! I can`t wait to start this new chapter in my life ...
... around for an hour or two taking pics, Margrethe and I headed back to the shopping centre on East Nanjing Road. We stopped for a coffee - I've developed a taste for iced / frozen mocha coffees, and this one was totally awesome, even if it did cause me some brainfreeze at one point. We continued along the Nanjing Road to People's square, full of shopping malls with exactly the same brands as any European city. However we did pass a brilliant toyshop on the way. What also surprised me is ...