Jinling Garden Hotel Taicang
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... painting the depicted the Ming Dynasty. It showed various people interacting within a village, and the ground around the painting looked just like a river, and it really was super cool. My art appreciation levels actually went up a little haha. Later we visited the Pearl Tower. Until about 2000 it was the tallest building in all of Asia. It towers at around 183 meters. There is even a floor on it that is all glass ...
... delicious! A great dessert. The others also got delicious looking burgers. There were lots of expats in there, so it felt like we weren't even in China! As it was a beautiful sunny day, we ate outside up on a terrace. We had a lovely view from there over a privet hedge of the city with its hugeeee skyscrapers. After lunch we went back to Jing'an Temple station and changed to Line 5 there to get metro to Changping Road, which was close to our hostel. Walked for about ...
... that 3 hours' panda playing, and the panda player must be exhausted to death cause it's so so so hot that day in Shanghai. I barely want to touch him with his panda suits cause the panda's sweating all the way! But all in all, he is definitely the hottest guy in Shanghai that night, inside and outside! Next time, maybe I can try out something new such as dressing as Superwoman to see some friends in public. It's so so so crazy and ...
After lunch most of us went to a local shopping area. So again we had to get into another taxi. All I have to say is sitting in the back seat is much better than sitting in the front seat. It was raining pretty hard and the taxi dropped us off about two blocks from where the group was meeting. So we walking through the rain. The umbrella did not ...
... buildings in which the communist party secretly met while they planned the takeover of nationalist China, and then the old European buildings that once housed the French, English, and other significant Europeans in Shanghai. All of their mansions were now transformed into expensive European shops and cafes. The place looked really nice and kept me aware to the vast differences that comprised the city of Shanghai. After a short stint at a nearby mall, we took ...
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