Dijon Hotel Shanghai
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... but very proficient in a slightly out of tune way. There is a charge to get in to the bar but as hotel guests we didn't need to pay the charge as long as we bought a drink - Angela enjoyed a Singapore Sling while I had a beer. The band was due to finish at 9:45pm and they packed up their music as they played the last piece then walked straight off. Another group arrived straight away - a younger group playing more modern jazz which we didn't enjoy as much so went upstairs to continue packing.
... fear factor! We stopped at the French Concession which was beautiful and a combination of French/English influence. You wouldn't think you were even in China. We had lunch here and everyone chose club sandwiches, fish and chips, pizza. Strangely, no one had rice! We then checked into our hotel which is great and headed off to the fabric markets and tailors. We were there for hours and it was so stressful I don't even want to talk about it (how unusual you must be ...
... thoroughfare in China. The differences of architecture between the east bank and the west bank is amazing... On the west bank, a lot of western-style buildings can be seen,influences of French/ English / Asian all intertwined while on the east bank, rows of skyscrapers spring up and rise above the clouds.The size, shapes and continuing constructions are incredible.
Here a picture says a thousand words!!
Shanghai you are a stunner!!
I am very impressed by public transportation in Shanghai! We joined millions on the underground rail at 5:15 pm, everyone moved from train to train in a very efficient and orderly manner. The stations are well marked, flashing the name of the next station in English as well as Chinese characters. The train fare is .50 and the bus fare is about .25.
Tuesday, six of us will travel by hired van to Suzhou, a city of ...
... I'd briefly chatted to an English guy a few rows down during the seat confusion, and when we arrived at Shanghai, we spoke again. His name was Bob and he worked for Watsons (their stores are all over China) basically the same company as Superdrug. Both are owned by the same Hong Kong business group which also runs the 3 phone network. Bob was an Operations manager for Watsons, organising new store openings in Hubei province. However, he lived in Shanghai and had learned the language. It ...