Holiday Inn Express Shanghai Wujiaochang
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After arriving in Shanghai we were met by our local APT guide - another Alan - and walked what seemed like kilometres through the huge airport to put our suitcases on the APT bus, then back upstairs to catch the Maglev train into Shanghai. The Maglev has been operating for 10 years and connects the airport to the Pudong area in town. It has a top speed of 430km/h bit generally runs at "only" 300km/h. As the name suggests, ...
It was ten to seven in the
morning when I wrote most of this, so don't mind my ranty pants. I
know thats normal for some people. But its just really early for me.
I had arrived in China. I was
at Guangzhou Domestic airport waiting to fly into Shanghai. I was a
little sleep deprived, however I think under the circumstances it
might have helped. I learnt a few things in those few hours, things I
guess all travellers learn straight away when they ...
... pit lanes, as well as the start / finish line in the distance. Amazing vantage point, seeing lots of action. We especially enjoyed on 2 separate occasions seeing Mark Webber come off at the corner, and have to have his car towed back, and for him to be taken back to the garage on the back of a moped…. now we don’t like him that much so that gave us much amusement!!
Qualifying was fantastic to watch, very exciting, and we had a big TV screen ...
... unlike other regions of china. I wish for all to visit this great city, each day spent here you will learn on new things, a great starting point for any avid traveller wanting to learn about Chinese Culture and history before heading out into the outer regions of China. Great places to Visit Xiantindi, Tian Zi Fang is a group of old style buildings with great mix of western cuisine and quirky shops ...
... area. All the areas intermix and it can be unnerving to live or walk so close to an area where people literally just spit or pee on the ground (the peeing part is more so in Harbin than in Shanghai).
I was unable to see much of Shanghai aside from the university and an area known as The Bund, where we were able to take a riverboat on the Huangpu River. Also, we were able to go see a nearby acrobatic show (it is crazy how flexible the ...
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