Courtyard By Marriott Shanghai Xujiahui
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... the Ming vases, silk scarves and other trinkets should you desire to bring something home. Be sure to bring cash as the shop does not take any cards other than Chinese credit cards to purchase items.
I highly recommend a visit if you are in Shanghai. You will enjoy going back in time seeing all the amazing pieces and how talented these artists truly were through the centuries. Plus, after seeing the calligraphy, it will inspire you to learn...trust me. It will.
... prawns, salmon, scallops, beef, white fish, lamb chops and ice cream. Despite being ready to explode, we then headed to a birthday party in a roof bar, then an hour of karaoke (which with lots of reverb turns out to be much more fun than I'd expected).
The final blow of the weekend of decadence was surely dedicating the whole of Sunday to one (unlimited, of course) buffet lunch. A Shanghai tradition, this is apparently one of the best ...
... is Overdoing it
WATCH THE EXPIRATION DATE. Whether you consciously or accidentally overstay your visa or enter the country a day earlier than is permitted, the border committee does not care in the slightest. The government just wants your fine and your swift removal from the mainland and then you can 'Gangnam Style’ through Seoul or even Moscow if you so desire. Just don’t keep doing it in China or at least expect to pay ...
... Explored The Bund (main street around the river), Nanjing Road (main shopping area) and the
Shanghai History Museum in the Oriental Pearl Tower
Overall had a great time even though I was only in the city for one full day! Look out for the next blog soon about my new life in Wuhan and my first days of teaching!
... the beautiful park, snapped a ton of pics, and bought myself a kitsch tastic Mao poster. Finally, the last park visited this month was just this past weekend, with a Chinese 201 class trip to 人民公园 (People’s Park) to observe the…interesting practices of the 相亲 (Chinese blind date). On the weekends the park fills up with tents where kids’ parents come and post up dating resumes, then all of the parents ...