Golden Jade Sunshine Hotel
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... great views of both The Bund and Pudong – classic art deco on one side, modern skyscrapers on the other. We saw tattered barges heading both to and from the far western regions of China, some riding high in the water, some riding low. Finally, we strolled along The Bund.
Shanghai has a history filled with colonial powers, from the British to the French. The Bund is the architectural representation of this period. Basically, a curve in the river is lined with ...
... have a sense of Humor.
Afterwards we walked around the Old City - which is Chinatown - many many souvenir shops. Denise and I were wondering if we would be able to find a lot of this stuff in Chinatowns in the USA - and probably cheaper. We'll have to check next time we're up in NYC. But it was a treat to walk the streets and see some of the locals. It was hot ...
... the economic & social achievements of workers (ironic then that they are made to work a 7 day week before the holiday!!).
Sa**************ed to Carrefour on the scooter for supplies, before brunch at the new local eatery, Zap, an afternoon chill out to some DVD’s, before go karting in the evening. Andy’s hosted his Internations group event, and we had 23 people racing. A great evening, all took it in turns to race during the night, resulting in ...
... plane during our time hanging out in the galley. Two guys who are from greensboro who are starting a busines to buy used cooking oil in china and convert it for power....still not quite sure about that whole situation, but it sounded great! They have been teasing us for drinking all of the beer... in jest of course. There was a family sitting near us who was on their way here to adopt a baby. They were traveling with their three children to come get their new sister. ...
... as I expected), before rounding off the day with the hostel gang on the roof again with more beers.
Margrethe and I were going ******* the tourist stuff by this point. Wednesday was The French Concession Area, which was fairly close to the hostel, so we walked it. On the way past a hotel I saw another one of those Berlin Bear statues like they had in St. Petersburg. They seem to be everywhere and must have stopped here on their 'world tour'; but give me a superlambanana any ...