Crowne Plaza Shanghai Pudong
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Our fellow travelers Suzanne Little and Dave Manning were staying a few extra days so Suzanne could see her son who is studying Chinese in Taipei. He used to live in Shanghai so we all went to dinner at a craft brewery called “Liquid” which is a fairly new place located in the “French Concession”. We were all looking forward to eating “western food” for a change. After dinner, we tagged along to an ...
Woke up to a fine day today. Not sure if it is overcast or smog but no blue sky. The temperature is 9c today but they are expecting snow tomorrow, should be interesting. We ventured down to Garden of Contentment which is a lovely ancient Chinese garden with lovely buildings. It took us about 3 hours to wander around this beautiful area. Wander through the markets on the way back for lunch. Will explore fangbang road to see where we catch the hop on hop off bus ...
... and it shot across the floor. So I made Jason come and fix it. He switched it to the other shower thing. and when he turned it on the water shot over the shower door and through the bathroom door the the mirror on the outside. I screamed like a little girl and almost peed my pants laughing. I will take pictures of the hotel room soon so you can see what i'm talking ...
... mate at the hostel. His name is was Bardo, and he was just off the plane from Australia. He spoke English, with an Australian accent, but he was from Germany. He ended up following us to the subway station, and riding with us to a major stop in the city. He headed off to see the city skyline that we had seen the night before. Lillian and I headed to a massive video game arcade.
After twenty minutes of walking around the arcade, ...
... the places in Shanghai “where it happens”. A fascinating sprawl of people all around us. Like full immersion. We go for drinks, see a public fight on a street corner, shop for clothes for Alexandra and Camila. One of the sales ladies dares to mention “your daddy is pretty”. Yeah right, so funny. Just the usual old sales trick, or she was trying to practice her English, and pretty comes before ugly in the ...