Vienna International Hotel (Shanghai Lujiazui)
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... the Chinese pavilion is still open as an art museum. There is one exhibit in particular that we looked at and that is a moving painting. It was inspired by a painting done by a famous Chinese painter and it depicted a particular festival in Chinese culture and is set in the Ming dynasty. It was extremely cool. After that we headed to the Pearl tower which is built on the newer side of Shanghai and used to be the tallest building in China. We went up to the top and then down one ...
... the huge customs queues and made it was a few minutes to spare. We had a pretty good flight and managed to get some sleep though poor old Sam was stuffed in the last row of the place - 35 rows further back than our previously confirmed and paid for seats!!!!
Dramas over - nope - we get to Shanghai and the bag with all Colin's clothes and Jen's toiletries and underwear is still at Rome - sorry Sir - while you paid ...
... go out
(my kind of people) and we promptly headed to a restaurant to meet some of the
others in projects around us. Sticking to safety in noodles, I was not too
forthcoming in food choices. However, the noodles really were delicious,
although the wierd mix fruit juice I ordered, not so much. Skipping drinks by
the Bund to go home and sleep, I got a taxi back with one of my flatmates and
learnt two of the apparently most ...
... of songs, and a beer per person, for only 20yuan/person. There were maybe 12 of us. Incredibly cheap. We rocked out to Linkin Park (in the end), Brown-Eyed girl, Bohemian Rhapsody, Without Me (Eminem), to name a few. Had a crazy good time, and by the end of the night, our throats were hurting and it was time to head back and go to sleep. Great way to end the night, and I must say I miss having around my fellow Chongqing friends and others (the brits Michael and Matt, ...
... building in ?China or at least Shanghai. It is in a very central position across the road from a lovely park, the main walking mall is 1 block away, the metro is across the road (next to park), and shops and restaurants everywhere. It has a very nice soft bed also.
We dumped out bags in the room and went off to walk in the Peoples Park. Peoples Park was the original racecourse in Shanghai until 1949 when the communist party decided that they ...
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