Starway Ganyuan Hotel
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... and 3-4 stories high, They were originally family houses for the well to do. We knocked and were received, quiet rightly, with some suspicion by the lady owner. She was adamant we could have no connection as the house had been in their family since 1952 and before that had been owned by an "Indian family". We shared further details and the connection was made. She then got very excited, invited us ...
Well, we've spent the last few days just relaxing around. On Friday, we never even left our apartment. Our adventure trying to find the Bund must have really wiped us out. Last night, we did go out for a walk during the evening time. We had been handed an advertisement for a local pizza place by a Chinese woman who spoke pretty good English who had invited us to come and have some pizza.
We decided to wander around our complex until we found it. Along the way, we found a few ...
... br> After a bit of retail therapy we headed to People's Park and had a little stroll around - there was a little Fun Fair going on with a handful of rides and we were both eyeing up the dodgems but resisted the urge. When we were sitting down enjoying the sunshine two Chinese men came over and had a photo with Joe (not sure what was wrong with Rosie, maybe she just looked far too alien for them) and a toddler walked passed, pointed at us and made some noise.
... posters, selling jewelry and fashion. Blue and white lights flicker and revolve around the upper balcony; it’s closed tonight but I would love to go up there one night, to see the city from across the street.
Two smells distract my thoughts: fried dough and cigarettes. The smell is carried by a wet, warm wind and I can see ...
... was something that had to be seen to be believed. Fortunately we’ve got it all on video so that we can share it with you all later.
Back in Huangpu, on the Bund, the sun was starting to take over from the earlier cloud and heavy smog, and it was becoming a really nice afternoon. We decided that we would follow the Lonely Planet’s excellent walking tour along the Bund, Shanghai’s famous riverfront. It was once Shanghai’s main commercial district ...
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