Holiday Inn Express Shanghai Wujiaochang
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to pantomime. The only things from my list I didn’t get were decent sized plastic bowls, apparently everything in China is, well, china. I also couldn’t find a pitcher and in retrospect I understand why. Everything here is metric so all the pitchers are one-liter, which is too small for the dozen packets of Crystal Light I brought with me. And while sitting here writing this I realized I forgot the oven mitt. Sigh.
When I was ...
... a fantastic way to see the city. The Chinese government leased land along the river to the British, US and French for trading activity, and as a result, many beautiful older buildings still remain here along the Bund from that period of time, and are all part of an historic preservation district. It is a wonderful place to stroll, and is still very full of tourists on this last day of the three day May Day holiday.
Our local guide, ...
... pants with a slit through the bottom area? Well, as we are standing in line waiting to enter the damn (please leave your guns and knives with the bus driver, they will be returned to you?!?!?) there was a little boy that was dancing around and I said "That kid has to go. someone should take him." Well, he just squatted and peed all over the marble floor and the family just walked right through it!!! We were speechless, but Chen Jian said it is what babies do. ...
... the late Ming Dynasty, it became very dilapidated with the decline of Pan's family. In 1760, some rich merchants bought it and spent more than 20 years reconstructing the buildings. During the Opium War of the 19th century, it was severely damaged. The garden you see today is the result of a five year restoration project which began in 1956. It was open to the public in September, 1961.Yuyuan Garden occupies an area of 20,000 square ...
... word! It was so busy that the pedestrians couldn't fit onto the pavement and had to walk down the main road. Even the little Chinese men puffing out there chests and blowing hard into little whistles couldn't control the crowds, but it was really funny to watch.
We finally escaped the ridiculous crowds or so we thought until we got to The Bund to take the predictable shots of us with the skyscrapers. The whole area was packed with thousands ...