Crowne Plaza Century Park Shanghai
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... God of Literature. From there we walked down Old Street, known for its vendors and Mao-era keepsakes. And we finished our Old Town visit with a trip to the Huxinting Teahouse, which is historic and one of the most famous teahouses in all of China. The building sits in the middle of a small pond, and the zigzags in the approaching bridges are designed to prevent evil spirits, who can only travel in straight lines.
After Nanshi, we headed to a river cruise along the ...
... to get a taxi back to Phoebe's apartment but we couldn't flag one down. None of them would stop for us. At one stage I had my hand out to flag one down and it swerved over to stop but then obviously saw that I was a westerner and swerved away again. We had to get the subway in the end. I think this was just a bad part of town for this kind of behaviour as it happened to us once more after this in the same area.
On the Wednesday morning we went to check out ...
... cross the road, in a world where millions of other people around you have things they want to do too. But unlike what I saw in India, it’s done here with an awareness and respect for your fellow man.
I remember being on a train in India and being asked by a local of my impressions of his country and telling him how perplexed I was by the often disrespectful behaviour I saw (especially at train stations) and his response was that his country was overpopulated and ...
... also had a room with posters of partially nude Chinese women which were product advertisements for things like cigarettes.
After going to the awesome Kung Fu show in Beijing, we had some high expectations for the Acrobatics Show we attended in Shanghai. The Acrobatics Show- Era at the Shanghai Circus World was in a word "spectacular". We had purchased the cheapest seats, but with seating and stage being almost a complete circle you still had a ...
... I went back to People's square to pick up where we left off on our tourist trail. It was ridiculously hot when we walked through People's Park, so I was actually quite glad to reach the other side, where we went to the Urban Planning Exhibition Center. This sounds like the geekiest museum ever, but it was really good. This was where Bob had recommended, in preference to the actual Shanghai Museum just over the road. It started in a large entrance hall, with a brief overview of ...