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Travel Blogs from Shanghai
We were up early and out hunting for a place for coffee and breakfast. After that, we ventured onto the the metro and headed to People's Square Park. It was a beautiful park near the centre of the city , with some lovely lotus gardens. Unfortunately, after taking only ten photos my camera broke down. So, we will be camera shopping while we are here in Shanghai. From the park we headed to an area called the French Concession which ...
... Whilst waiting for the rest of my tour group to arrive, I joined two other Wendy Wu groups for lunch. We were taken to the Rainbow Room. Lovely food, and they were happy to accommodate me. Conversation was odd, there were 10 to a table, lazy Susan setup in the centre. I found I had to start the conversations and keep them going, with a bit of help from an older couple from York. The Aussie sat there for a while, table was eerily quiet. I was youngest, and it worries me a bit ...
... ve heard that not many people enter the competitions, which is why we keep getting lucky!
· Living somewhere that’s walking distance to everything – ok, so it was in Portsmouth too but on a smaller scale, being able to walk to work is wonderful, no more sitting on the motorway for hours on end.
· Public transport which is incredibly cheap and efficient, 20p per journey on the subway, 10p (sometimes ...
... Button and a Tag watch as our guiding star. We reached the road way, no taxis now just a throng of people making their way back to the police barrier 2 miles away or so who knows. After 30 minutes of walking we reached the junction where we had left the driver only to be faced with confusion on a biblical scale and about 100 silver Buicks with Chinese drivers looking for their passengers. We wandered up the rank and back down, I called the driver to ...
... like criticism ;) ) while cooking, and ate the food. After eating both, Al and I left the room while they tallied up their votes. Al won 3-1. For winning, Luis gave her a free pizza when we went to Ti Amo the night after. It was a good time and I think we will be having more cook offs in the future.
Yesterday, Lindsey and I traveled to an area in Shanghai called Xintiandi. Luis told us it is a nice area and she highly suggested we visit it. She was right. It was a ...
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