Shanghai Changhang Hotel
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... are ushered into the lift and we are on our way up the tower which resembles a bottle opener. Stunning views with cloud racing through the gap at the top of the building, we wait our time to get the perfect shot of the building below. I am overwhelmed at the sheer scale of these structures. After a quick pit stop for lunch we are on our way to Tianzifang, an area worth visiting. It's buildings resemble ...
... this from J. Maarten Troost, “Lost On Planet China” “We eat everything with four legs except the table and everything with two legs except the people.” China also has different opinions about what requires refrigeration than we do in the US.
Renee and I were getting pretty frustrated and were taking it out on each other as Chinese grocery shopping threatened to crush our comfort zone. We decided to try and ...
... in theory by not setting it free I actually saved its life. At one point I could hear loads of crickets and thought I was about to bump into Jiminy himself but it was not to be, instead I walked into hanging balls made of wicker containing one cricket each. The sounds was unbelievably loud. After we had left the market we picked up some pork buns (dough stuffed with pork mince, immense) and sat on a bench. It wasnt long before someone wanted to take our photo and I had ...
... to the 100th floor - the 'Skywalk'!!!!! We walked out of the lift, turned the corner and there it was ... a glass tunnel, which we had to walk through! This was 474m up in the sky! As I walked into the 'tunnel' I was sure it was swaying, which is possibly was, being so high up - but, needless to say, the views were breathtaking!! On one side you could see all the other famous Shanghai buildings, dwarfed by this one, and on the other you looked out to sea; ...
... quickly realized, nice as the view was, it wasn’t for us. Heading on to somewhere else, I experienced the complete over-the-top-ness which is Shanghai nightlife. Chandeliers, statues, stages, and simply bits of bric-a-brac everywhere which seem to have no purpose at all. Saturday brought with it sleep and a swanky brunch (people seem to eat brunch a lot here) followed by out again in the evening. Sunday, the first sunny day I’ve had here so far, my ...