Best Western Pudong Sunshine Hotel
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... including walking along the street to view the Pudong lights and wandering through the lobbies of famous hotels. Day 2 and we began our touring at Jing'an Temple. It is a palatial complex, recently restored showcasing extensive wood and gold. It is a working Buddhist monastery and we did indeed see several monks as well as numerous worshippers in this busy temple. Carol tried her hand at burning some incense and sending wishes up to the gods. Next stop was lunch at Din Tai ...
We caught our overnight sleeper train to Shanghai and met our Chinese roommate, Jeremy. He was absolutely lovely and helped us navigate the Shanghai railway/subway system with ease. We showered at our hostel and decided on our plan for the day. It was the Shanghai Amusement Park hands down. A short subway ride and we were there! We saw the outside and were slightly sceptical but headed in anyways. We stood in line ...
... performances centered on Chinese culture, with weekends left open for special performances by touring acts – mainly Asian-based pop and rock groups. During this period, operations in the main venue are under the umbrella of the Shanghai Media and Entertainment Group. Regardless of the official name or who’s running the show, the saucer-shaped venue boasts some of the most advanced technical facilities available anywhere in the world, including notable ...
... looking at a few shops we headed up to the 10th floor for lunch in the South Beauty restaurant complete with prime window seats facing the bund. It was a great view.
We just made it back to the hotel before the heavens opened and a huge electrical storm followed. After a bit of respite in the storm we wandered down to the bund which is a walkway along the river and went for dinner at M on the Bund. This is a ridiculously expensive restaurant but hell its the ...
... alien concept to her. However after a couple of minutes and travelling at an astonishing 430kph her smile was like a child in a sweet shop. Words can't explain how quick the Maglev was travelling, 30kph in 7 minutes, cars disappeared into the distance in a blur and when we passed another Maglev going back into town it was just a flash and you heard it for longer than you saw it. If you plan a trip on the Maglev make sure you check out the best price ...