Hotel Equatorial Shanghai
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Arrived late to a friendly welcome & upgrade
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... of China. We made our way over to the sightseeing area of the bund where all of the famous buildings are visible. It was awesome looking and so futuristic, but unfortunately our photos didn't turn out great due to the rain and clouds. One of the things that we were unaware of is that there isn't a ton for tourists to do in Shanghai like there is in the Beijing area. There is a lot of shopping, swanky hotels and observation decks ...
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Now it is time to write about the toilets. Not sure whether I already mentioned that most public toilets are not the toilets with seats that we know from the West but stand toilets. Or better to say squat toilets.
Not too bad for a little workout and some strong leg and bottom muscles. :-) Just kidding!
Anyway, most of the public toilets have these design so I am already quite used to it and basically I think it is much more ...
... was already there might as well pop by. It's a pretty street, with abundance of chic stores and lots of shopping. The locals here were well-dressed, and no one bothered about me >.<. It was a long street, I walked till I know there's nothing left to see. Got to the nearest Metro I could find (2 stops away from People's Square). I bought myself a fake navy blue Longchamp tote for RMB50 from one of the subway vendors. I didn't want to but she kind of forced me. ...