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... surprised not only about the way how passengers were transported but also about the entire look of the attraction.
We found the project very futuristic: medium-sized carriages taking people from the west side of the river situated to north of the Chen Yi Square to Pudong, at the south to the Oriental Pearl Tower. It was clear that the tunnel plays both the role of transportation and tourism. We also learnt that it has adopted the most advanced SK system in the world, so ...
... experience and best of all, it only took 8 minutes there and 8 minutes back. Afterwards we decided to go to the old town, which was just a ten minute walk from the busy, futuristic city centre. Stereotypical China, exactly what I thought it would look like, but better. The Chinese architecture is stunning and there was a whole little town of it. Amidst it all, there are streets with stalls selling and haggling food and various other items, I ...
... care about their residents after taking a walk through some of Shanghai's parks.
Whether I'm looking at the crumbling walls of the old China parts of the City, while sitting in the back of bus 830 as it lumbers along the gritty back streets, or walking down Nanjing Road, or Peoples Square, Shanghai is always fascinating, always interesting, always beautiful.
... drunk outside a 7-11. They were kind of our only option... plus they looked like they knew the bar scene of Shanghai pretty well. We were correct! These two guys got a cab for us, talked to the cabbie, and directed us to this bar. Great success! We actually made it! And the food was awesome. Jon got a burger and I had breakfast for dinner. Brinner is always a good thing. This was the first ...
... Kate and Olivia to digest, and to reminisce about our shared experiences of Hanover High School, and for Kate and I, Williams College as well. Midnight found us cleaning up the kitchen, boxing up leftovers before I, stuffed, hailed a cab for home. I’m still full this morning, but I think that is a sign of a Thanksgiving well-celebrated!
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