Gloria Plaza Hotel Kangqiao Shanghai
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... we've visited have had brides and grooms having photos- it seems to be the done thing to have your wedding photos at a landmark. We then took the sightseeing tunnel which runs under the water to the Pearl and other buildings. I thought it was ok but Paul thought it was dated and confusing. Basically it was a load of LED lights and each section represented space, fire, magma- not sure what the others were but it looked pretty! When we arrived at the other side, we headed to the pearl ...
... and state-owned industries. The ocean breezes here in Shanghai produce much better air quality here than exists in Beijing. It is very clear to us that if we needed to pick a major city to live in here in China, we would much prefer Shanghai to Beijing.
After our tea in the sky bar at the Grand Hyatt, we walk along the largest pedestrian only street in the city, which is a virtual shopping bazaar for everything you can ...
Today we meet our new friend Bobby at YuYuan Gardens in the oldest part of Shanghai. While waiting for him, we stroll thru the bazaar adjacent to the garden with what seemed like a million other people. Hundreds of tiny shops selling everything from soup to nuts as we say in the US. Unbelievable.
...We visit a Taoist temple. We have ...
... storm was amazing scenery! Shopping here was fantastic! Sooo many good fakes. You get stopped constantly by men "watches, bags, uggs" so we decided to say yes to one. He took us off the main street down the back alleys, and us on a tour of 10 different hidden shops/ homes selling knock- offs. An experience! Food again was extraordinary. Some fantastic dishes. It never ceases to amaze me how different the cuisine is in each city. We ...
I arrived in Shanghai finally after 11:30pm Sunday night! I missed the entire day in the atmosphere somewhere. I heard we flew over the North Pole because its the quickest way to China. Fancy! 13.30 hours to Beijing...I think my flight to China was the shortest out of everyone.
The Air China plane DID NOT have a T.V so I slept the entire ride, read my books, tried to study some Chinese, write in my journal and they had ...