Gloria Plaza Hotel Kangqiao Shanghai
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... begin settling in. Start playing with the controls that operate the little TV screen in the back of the chair, scrolling through the movie options, TV shows, etc etc.
The take off was fine and the 10 hour 55 minute flight was away. No real dramas during the long haul other than being seated so close to the toilets, you get the line up of people waiting or you get people strolling up and down the aisle doing exercises, stretches, stopping to ...
Well, my year in China has ended. In fact, I'm sitting in a Starbucks next to my good friend Shelli in good old Hanover, Pennsylvania, writing this blog post. After meeting my parents in Shanghai, we traveled to Hangzhou and Huangshan for some hiking in perhaps one of the most beautiful places in the world. Huangshan, or Yellow Mountains, is a beautiful landscape rivaled by virtually nothing I've ever seen in person. Though I've never been to Yosemite, the ...
... from the chatter and showed the attendant my ticket, he mumbled something that mine was a transfer ticket from China Eastern and that I had to find their bus. Basically after getting bounced around I forced my way onto the first bus luggage in tow, luckily too as I made it onto the last seat. So after an hour of dozing in and out, we arrive at Hong Qiao airport. I lined up for 45 min to get my ticket converted. At first the attendant seemed ...
... that we realised we had stumbled into the Chinese version of McDonalds! It was called Sobanoya or something like that. Disappointed they didnt have any dumplings, well I think that's what she said anyway.
Nanjing Rd once its dark is BUSY. People everywhere and the Bund is the same (we got the hop-on bus back there). We did get pretty pictures though. Decided to take a sight-seeing tunnel underneath the river to the Pudong side. Worst $10 I've ever ...
... the owners had set out for them.
Then, we went the curb to check out DVDs and CDs from street vendors Jack and Jenny who operate out of their van. They had a few tables set up with boxes and boxes of media. R&K know them well as they have bought quite a few things from them - so well that Jenny remembered them having things that they forgot they already bought. I asked about a few Chinese singers, some of whom they had CDs for and ...
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