Dijon Hotel Shanghai
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... people seeming to live in every nook and cranny of the city.
We also noticed that there was a large amount of rubbish on the streets, and some of the road side stores were selling the strangest things. We saw tanks of huge crabs, buckets of bull frogs, stores full of the most unnecessary things that plastic could be made into, and one street seemed to be completely dedicated to stores of ...
... beef sandwich, and c) an extremely questionable bowl of white paste that I can only compare to watery oatmeal kinda. Pretty much what you'd expect on an airplane.
After the longest flight/day of my life, we finally landed at 3:30 and were hit with a giant wave of humidity the minute we stepped off the plane.
After almost making the news with a disastrous pileup at the bottom of the escalator, we took our lives in our hands again and got in a coach bus. If ...
... On the road, on the cycle paths and on the pavement. You're never safe. (Thankfully they cannot open doors.)
5) Basic manners are different and they have a half-developed sense of queuing (which is possibly worse than no sense of queueing).
6) Even the smallest of local shops are open until about 10pm every day.
7) Walkers crisps are called Lays and they drive on the right hand side of the road. Truly bonkers.
8) Old ...
... circulation and the ones he had worked out at about £30 each purely because they were shaped like a chickens heart. I've uploaded a photo so you be the judge of that.
Finally it was time for the highlight of the day as far as I was concerned which was a ride on the fastest train on the planet!
The Shanghai MagLev (Magnetic Levitation) is the world's fastest train in regular commercial
service and has a top speed of this train is 431 ...
... the rest of us followed them in the van. We got there, and entered through super security doors. You had to step into a glass box, kind of like at the airport, and then the doors opened after they scanned you. We walked through a few sets of doors to the Park Hyatt Shanghai hotel, one of the tallest hotels in the world located on the 87th-95th floors. We went to the 91st, where the restaurant, 100 Century Avenue is located. The restaurant is quite posh, with amazing views ...