Crowne Plaza Shanghai
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... br> Arriving in XTD was so nice, as it was calming compared to the business of just outside. We found a pizza restaurant, with nobody really in there, so we had a pick of the seats. We sat outside again, and enjoyed the vibrant atmosphere. The pizza was also really delicious, which is a bonus!
After a long, enjoyable time chatting and eating again, surrounded by these sweet houses, we took a taxi back to the room.
... forced to stay with chain restaurants in order to use credit cards to pay for meals. So far we have had very little difficulty doing this. If you come to China make sure to get a credit card from your bank with a chip in it. They don’t do swipe and sign here. The waiter will also bring you the take away containers which are all little plastic Tupperware types and perfect for reusing at home. Once you get paid up you have successfully dined in ...
... taken back with not only the shire size of it but the ultra modern brand new feel of pretty much everything in it. The main city centre was a huge road surrounded by new sky scrapers and grand building full of designer shops and had a feel of a mix between London's Mayfair, New York and Disneyland! We knew Shanghai was going to be rich and ultra modern but didn't quite expect it to be so developed and modern. We made our way to the Bund which is the grand old ...
... road stand 52 blocks of tall, magnificent buildings with different architectural styles. Most of the large buildings were built in the western-style in the early 1900s.
Across the wide, muddy river and in stark contrast, are the modern buildings, like the Oriental Pearl Tower, the Shanghai World Financial Centre (bottle top opener), and the Jinmao Tower. These are much taller, are colorful, and incorporate globes and spires, and have a variety of shapes. ...
... host him. I hope that was ok, His name is William, he'll be studying something about global warming, but I did not give him your contact information. Just as we said goodbye, he mentioned that I can get to the train I'll need on Metro line 2. What!?? It's not leaving from this station? I'm SO glad he mentioned this because I would have metroed my way to the wrong place! As it turns out, line 2 is closer to Linda and Jack's, so it could be a good thing ...