Citihome Shanghai Beihai Hotel
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... Interestingly out of 43 on the tour there are 3 Coeliacs! Rice and veg fine for me but one of the others already a bit peeved at the lack of gf provision. Highlight for Mike today was the Jinmao Tower, 5th tallest building in the world, and for me the Jade Buddha Temple. We took a ride up to the observation level of the tower with panoramic view of the city. Somewhat misty (polluted?) but well worth it. In the temple what joy to savour that unmistakeable scent of ...
... and sisters - not the best questions when they is a one child policy in place!!
The tunnel was interesting - lots of random lights and hanging cloth people that flew up when the cart when past!!
After a wander on the other side of the river and some shopping (they have Forever 21 and H and M here) we visited a plaza for some food - we had Japanese ramen (very brave from me). In China, all of their main shopping seems to be done in Malls/Plazas and ...
... to the door he said 150 then 140 then $130 I still wonder what the real price was so looked that night on the web and found a similar one from Ryda in OZ for $68.00 on ebay!!!!!!! All in the days fun aye. Meals ordered by pictures, we ended up with Chicken Feet, it did mention chicken in Soya Sauce we thought. Cost of meal with a bottle of local beer cost less than $20
Next day was a solid day of walking off all that food we had consumed on the ...
... checked in we ate my favorite meal to date. The food in general is better in Shanghai compared to Beijing. Every night we ate at a different "hole in the wall." It was great. From lunch we walked around the People's Park located in the middle of the city and made our way over to the Shanghai Museum. Unfortunately the line was too long so we went on Friday. Another guy in my program's family actually lives ...
... and head into a maze of high(er)-end hutongs lined with shop fronts selling jade, chinese photography, clothing, and trinkets. We have found where the white faces and round eyes come! After an hour of cruising, it's beer time.
4h stop: The Alchemist. I recommend to anyone in shanghai looking for creative cocktails and an outdoor garden option.
Dinner at Lost Heaven. We're back at the Bund and the food ...