East China Hotel Shanghai
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... of the financial district, Pudong, on the other side of the river, followed by a visit to a market area, then a trip by metro to the French Concession area for guess what, free time to have a drink. The group quickly took over a table in one of the many bars and having discovered that many of the group were also keen bubbles drinkers, a bottle of fizz was hastily ordered. Soon after that it was our final group dinner, at another local backstreet restaurant, but ...
We got to have a lie in this morning as our guide wasn't picking us up until 10am. It never stops amazing us how chaotic the traffic is and today we asked our guide if the bikes actually have to abide by the road rules. Apparently they don't and the cars hate them for it. Also if they are hit, hurt or killed it is the car drivers fault even if it wasn't and they have to pay for medical expenses or in the case of death, ...
... I turned and headed north towards Nanjing Road, the main shopping street of Shanghai- kind of like Broadway in midtown. There are shops from all over the world, including a Forever 21, an Apple Store, etc., and there are about 1 million visitors to the street per year.
As I walked towards Nanjing street, there were several shops on the right selling women's clothes. There was one that sold scarves, so I popped ...
... tell and an experience I will remember forever, I also feel infinitely more confident about going to Hong Kong on my own next week because I was able to get though all this alright and english is spoken more in Hong Kong and all the places I'll need to go when I'm there have their own metro stop. And all in all I'm very proud of myself for how I handled the entire situation.I kept my head and didn't blow up at anyone and kept my good thinking mind working. I learned a ...
... morning there was also a roller blader (going backwards, of course).
After running south along the walkway for a bit, it is time to turn for home -- and revisit all of the craziness in the opposite direction, and typically with even more crowds by this point. It's not that running in Shanghai is physically hard - the biggest "climbs" are the two sets of stairs up to the Bund - but running in Shanghai is certainly an interesting challenge in a lot of other ways! ...