Metropark Service Apartment Shanghai
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... modern skyscrapers of Pudong across the river.
Next stop an opportunity to walk along the famous Nanjing Road which is a very long and large shopping street , shops like Cartier, Zara etc. We will be back there tomorrow to further explore the street.
In the evening it was off to one of the famous acrobatic shows in Shanghai. We were on the edge of our seats for some of these performances. It was a great way to end our first evening in Shanghai.
... at different levels creating an artistic conception of "large and small pearls dropping onto a jade plate". At night colorful lights glisten and dazzle the eyes.
From the Oriental Pearl Tower we kept on walking until we reached the building of Shanghai World Financial Center (SWFC). We were followed by a handful of people but it generally didn't seem to be so crowded. What concerns the amount of people it turned out to be a very good decision. The admission fee depends ...
... located. Next to the Conservatorium we ended up at a cafe called, of all things, the Wollongong Cafe. As they didn't speak English we couldn't find out if the coffee is from Wollongong or the owner, or something else. But it was good coffee.
Today's weather is just lovely - almost like Brisbane in the winter, if you manage to stay out of the chilly wind. There seem to be even more people around today, not sure if this has anything to do with the planned events ...
... a short walking distance away from where I’ve been going. Okay, well, it’s 15 minutes in the opposite direction from ECNU (Hua Shi Da) which is 15 minutes away from my place. But still, that’s a walking distance no problem! Initially we couldn’t get into the soccer field because they had some sort of official-ish scrimmage going on, but that didn’t ...
... an American school. The Westerners in China celebrate Christmas, the Chinese in China do not. There is not time off from work, there are no decorations, there is no big meal, there is no special music, there is literally no Christmas.
I live in a little Westernized bubble. They actually call it "The Bubble." There are a few American style schools in the area and many Westerners living in this neighborhood. So the businesses in ...