Cypress Garden Hotel
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... hours. By 2 PM we are all dragging and delirious. And even though we've only been here a few days it feels like a few weeks. We realized yesterday that our first day was thursday, the day before, not a week before! I'm going to try to sleep more (it's 4 AM here) but I will post more ...
... in the garden streets which has a host of little Chinese trade shops and market stalls. It was a lovely feeling in the area and a real feel of the culture. We headed for the gardens and on our way to that we entered the bridge across the water which was all decorated ready for the new year. It was something you would see in the little Chinese films with the small hut houses and the water and lovely tree's and bushes!
In the gardens it was very calm and relaxing, it was ...
We started off the day by walking down to the Bund area, about a 15/20 minute walk to find some breakfast. But surprisingly there were absolutely no food places. So we had a nice stroll along the Huangpu river for quite a while (even though it was VERY smoggy, so we couldn't see the skyline on the pudong side, known as modern shanghai at all), but Robs was still thrilled to be there. Then because our hop on/hop off bus ticket was still valid, we ...
... s bathroom. But, there was a urinal and a toilet next to each other so he decided to use it at the same time. It was pretty hilarious because I thought he was going to fall into the toilet while he was peeing. Afterwards, Kevin headed back to his table and passed out. I decided to take some pictures with him while he was passed out. All the Chinese people thought it was hilarious and began taking pictures of me also. Then, Steven joined in and we both took pictures with passed ...
... tear you away from your computer, or force themselves upon you. They, instead, come from an individual grabbing life by the reigns, pointing, and shouting "That way!" You may not always end up in the location you originally intended (I certainly didn’t), but you will be glad for the adventures along the way.
This is my first visit to Shanghai, but I am certain when I say that it will not be my last.