Metropark Service Apartment Shanghai
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I was able to take some photos of people, but I was careful with older people. They believe that getting their pictures taken would steal a part of their soul. I couldn't have that! After walking the market of this very poor section of Shanghai, we then crossed the street to visit the Cricket Market. Yes, if it is ...
... virtues. It was a wonderfully unusual mix of buddhism, kung-fu and Betty's tea shop.
It was an amazing experience and I had a fantastic time as a side benefit according to the different benefits of the 6 types of tea I'm pretty much Superman. I'm supposedly now protected against Cancer, Liver and Kidney trouble, High Blood pressure, Obesity, Memory Loss the list goes on there was even one that supposedly makes you younger and more ladylike so if you see ...
... with one of my guides in a cheap, authentic local restaurant.
So of course to the main sight of Shanghai, the Bund and the view of the Pudong Business District. I visited twice, both at night for the lights and during the day. On the Bund itself are the classic buildings of an earlier era when Shanghai was a business capital, such as the original HSBC building and across the river the famous view of the new business district. The SUPEC has some good photos of ...
... you. Vomit, vomit, gag, gag. That's how I walked through the street. I love a burger as much as the next person but watching someone walk away with a beheaded pigeon is about all I can handle.
We had to walk up and down the street twice because we missed the post office the first walk-through...probably because I was busy not breathing. When we found the post office, we marched inside to find the biggest mess I've ever seen. ...
... able to drive due to all the people. When we got to the subway stop to get home, we noticed it was closed. There was a sign in front of it, but it was not in English. There are about 10 different entrances to this particular subway stop, so we walked to a few of them. Of course, they were all closed. So, we walked a mile or so down the road to a different subway line altogether. Thankfully, our walk was not a waste because this subway was open! It took us a little longer on this ...