Hotel Equatorial Shanghai
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Arrived late to a friendly welcome & upgrade
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We arrived at the airport too late for the warp speed train. Which is probably for the best as we didn't actually know where it went. We're starting to get more confident in China and go for the night bus. We found the hotel ok and arrived at 11pm. I must have looked shattered as we got upgraded to a suite. We didn't even try, think she felt sorry …
... Mark led. He took us to a poor village street market, to give us a good view of other parts of the city.
The buildings were close, and pretty run down. The buildings were the apartments of the villagers, and had no plumbing. The clothes were washed by hand, and hung out on racks out of the window to dry. Over the street.
The village was very interesting. The streets were ...
... in a place like that with a foreigner; as a local she has the shop owners calling out to her; so it was a new experience to sort of be on the receiving end of all the 'Hello?! Lady, you wanna have make Chinese dress? You wanna make suit? You wanna buy somesing?? I give you good price!’ :o)
After the fabric market mall, we wandered down the street towards what Emma referred to as the ‘old fabric market’, which was a ...
... all, I’m cycling in the heat. We really enjoy it. It’s quiet, hardly anybody with lovely views of the city below.
Exciting day today. We’ve booked a taxi to take us to the terracotta museum. It’s an hour drive from Xi’an and it’s pretty quick once on the motorway. It’s early but there are already many tourists. It’s pouring but it’s warm. It’s well organised and you don’t feel rushed once inside. The tomb ...
... it started out as muddy, narrow lane with tall reeds in the 1840's. The Bund is on the west bank of the Huangpu river and is lined with buildings of varying architectural styles including Gothic, Baroque, Romanesque, Classicism and Renaissance. The views of the financial district across the river are also outstanding and we were privileged to experience this while the sun was setting. The Bund is definitely a must see when in Shanghai.