Crowne Plaza Shanghai Pudong
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... Chinese family. The food was great and after an evening catching up with everyone’s news and travels we went back to campus where Molly, Juliet, Thomas, Eric and I carried on chatting until the early hours of the morning.
On Wednesday morning we were up early to go to the Police station and collect our passports, finally no longer relying on 3 sheets of paper to prove my eligibility to be in China! After lunch in canteen 1, the ...
Woke up to very heavy rain outside :( But this morning the utmost exciting thing happened!! Just when we thought breakfast couldn't get any better, we were surprised to find that today's breakfast was actually different to yesterday's!!! #spoiledforchoice #Howieyouhavedoneitagain #justahashtag Since breakfast was so lovely and outside was so not, we decided to maximise ...
... too comfortable though, I grabbed my tripod and headed out for the night to take some pictures. It was a nice clear night and I figured if I put if off to tomorrow night it would probably end up raining. I’m really glad I went out too. That skyline looks even more amazing at night. I spent a while snapping shots at the Bund looking over at the Pudong area of the city. I got A LOT of weird looks when I was taking pictures, as ...
... New Area. The views are a fabulous contrast of the old and the new, but both equally beautiful and impressive in their own rights.
Having spent the afternoon in the city centre and seen some of the sights, we had to conquer Shanghai’s metro system in order to get home again. Very fortunately for us we found a metro line heading directly to our destination, and the ticketing and signage system was all bilingual – yay! Twenty minutes and we were across the ...
... to go. The metro trip to the temple was by far the most complex one I've navigated, including three interchanges and my first above ground train, which was amazing! It reminded me so much of my crazy above ground hour and a half subway ride to Coney Island when I was in NY for Model U.N., that it was quite eerie. The temple itself was absolutely beautiful, and it was amazing to be so completely surrounded by glittering gold, shimmering red, and shiny dark ...