Golden Jade Sunshine Hotel
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... mystery, I would call downstairs and ask someone to come up and show me. I spent the next couple of hours afraid to go to the bathroom for fear they would show up the moment I sat down. I worked on yesterday’s blog entry and lost track of the time. By the time three hours had passed I realized they weren’t sending anyone and if I wanted the dishes done in time to make lunch for Renee I would need to figure it out myself.
The laundry list of things to do and see was being managed by us today even though we were still with Cindy (outfit change occurred day 3). R & L like to be active and we needed to pick up the pace! Our starting time of 10 am was not altered but we decided what we wanted to see.
Pudong is an area on the east side of the Huanpu River and is home to the Finance Trade Zone and the Shanghai Stock Market as well as shopping malls, ...
... and huge windows to get an awesome view of our “neighborhood”. Our apartment building looked so tiny from up there. Those of you who know my discomfort with heights may be surprised I made it up there; as was I! We were lucky to have a fairly clear day with good visibility.
We also tried to take Robert to a variety of restaurants for lunches and dinner which is always fun; I may indeed forget how to cook while I am here! One ...
... may it be the last in this lifetime:). We are packed and ready to go and I finished up my last sketch painting. And, so I have decided to end my blog right here, at The Bund Hotel in Shanghai, China. I hope you have enjoyed my little adventure...I so look forward to reading it myself, when it is time for a revisit.
"I truly am a changed woman having viewed the moon from the other side of the world:)"
... came as a slight shock. Firstly, the
smell. In China, its completely legal to smoke in taxis, hence most taxis have
a slight odour de stale cigarette. This was going to take some getting used to.
Secondly, the fact that the seats are covered in white plastic and the driver's
seat looks something like a rally-car seat, complete with a plethora of safety
buckles. Not something that exactly inspires confidence.