Paramount Gallery Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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Overcast with light drizzle we drove to The Bund. The many high rise buildings and dense traffic. Only cars less than 10 years old are permitted on the roads in Shanghai. We walked along the waterfront and wandered in to the famous Peace Hotel with its art deco lobby (where some of the group spotted and spoke to the NSW premier Mike Baird.
Then as often happens on these tours we were taken to a silk factory, the usual demonstration ...
I was pretty groggy when I got up this morning. Of course not as bad as poor Renee who had to be at a 7:50am meeting. We got home from the hospital last night around 1:00am and it must have been around 1:30 by the time we were in bed. The transfusion went fine from a health standard but it was only one US unit of blood. That is not going to be enough to give me the energy I need to continue ...
... glowed: the buildings, the boats, the stars, even the tables on the top of this hotel. Many buildings like the Pearl have LEDs that change color, so the view is always reinventing itself. That's it. I was officially in love with Shanghai. Incredible. Absolutely beautiful.
When the need for sleep trumped our will to keep moving, we took the ferry home. We bought our tokens for thirty cents each, and we walked down the walled ramp to wait for ...
... a long time when the rain is SO heavy, SEE PICTURE), and then decided that my spot wasn't too taxi friendly so walked futher away from the Theatre Academy, already pretty darn wet. I flung my arm out everytime I saw a green light, but it wasn't successful. My analysis: I was drenched. No-one would pick me up because I was so wet. Water was dripping from chin I was that wet. I found shelter and stood there for 40 minutes, hoping the ...
Our day started out rocky, but then again, why wouldn't it this trip? Poor Sarah, after all she went through to get here, fell ill last night and by morning could not go with us to the Urban Planning Museum (Much like the Shenyang Urban Planning Center, the big draw, however, being that the city diorama lights up as though it were night.). So, in a cold rainy drizzle, we left Sarah with some crackers and 7-up, and Beaty with her room number, and headed out.