Venus International Hotel Shanghai South Railway Station Guangda
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... Nanjing South - 1 hr 15 mins - 3 stops - :) max speed 'only' 188 mph ;)
then... i got the metro accross Nanjing to Gulou, then the D2 bus for another hour and a hal, then and finally... i dragged my case for half an hour to my place... was a little tired - journey took 27 hours.
then - i actually slept through the night - only waking to put on and off the air con - it is soooo hot here.
First stop was a silk 'factory' to learn about silk production and make significant purchases. Doonas and covers were very popular. There are going to be some pretty exotic bed covers after this trip. This will create a daily reminder of a fabulous trip. Through the Pudong Area which is the New Open Economic Zone since 1990 some of us took the express lift up the Jin Mao Tower. The observation deck is on the 88th floor at 340.1 ...
... Gavin certainly is knowledgeable..
Small towns, large towns whiz by and approx 3 hours after we are in the hustle of Shanghai.. Roads going everywhere.. high rises going everywhere.. people going everywhere.. but without the congestion & mayhem of Beijing..
we dine at another well organised restaurant.. Shanghai food is a little sweeter, as we all become with the special treat of an ice cream each ... the Chinese do not ...
... different types of geography - waterfalls, mountains, ponds. Just beautiful. All the flowers were beginning to bloom so there was a lovely smell in the air too.
Outside the garden was a bustling tourist market - our guide gave us an hour to shop. We ran around picking up a few last things (and wishing we had done more shopping in Pingyao - the prices in Shanghai weren't great, and there were FAR too many people for me to really feel comfortable and bargain as much as ...
... what a crush! It was shuffle-time only and not very enjoyable. Once we eventually got into the gardens things thinned out and it was quite pleasant. The gardens have shared alcoves, pools full of carp, and beautifully manicured trees. Quite a peaceful place actually! We then headed back through Old Street to a quieter part of town. The next site on the agenda was the Shanghai World Financial Center (SWFC), which boasts the highest observation deck in ...