Grand Park Jiayou Hotel
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... today. Every effort is being made to preserve them, so no photography. The posters portray Americans in a very bad light and looking at the pictures and reading the propaganda was upsetting. Dong has brought China forward from a very dark period and though there are still problems, the country has become a major player in the modern financial and technology world.
Goodbye Shanghai. We hope to be back to discover more about ...
... with no soul!
I got to The Bund at about 5.5km, took the required cheesy tourist photos, and headed back for a shower and breakfast before Kathy turned up. She was keen to see what this Eco-City business was all about.
We headed off on Line 2 of the Metro, then needed to change to a bus to go through a 7km long tunnel under the ocean, then a 5km bridge OVER another section of ocean. Then we needed to jump into a taxi for the last 20km. It sounds daunting, but because ...
... are looking for, they will find it for you. Lots of dealing and some vendors can be extremely aggressive!
We also went to the fabric market which is 3 floors of small shops upon shops of bolts and bolts of fabric where you can request to have ANYTHING tailor made. Again: deal, deal deal! Jim has used a tailor to make some dress shirts for him which he is happy with, so I brought a pair a pants with me that ...
... hat in my hand, to go to the local mini-mart to break my 100 bill to pay for the cab. The workers were laughing a little and asking me questions in Chinese. I just said, "witch! Halloween!" I know they didn't know what I was saying but it was fun being silly. I got more stares than normal that morning, and lots of kids were shouting and giggling at me. When I got the school our cleaning Ayi's actually pointed at laughed. I laughed too, and tried not to take ...
... the city’s openness to the rest of the world - especially the West. Unlike the West though, nowhere along this impressive section of real estate can you sit down and buy a beer! Even The Bund Brewery, on a side street, is closed for renovations. This means the full effect of the night lights, both on The Bund and across the river to uber slick Pudong, are not lost on the completely sober rowds.
Just like Hong Kong and Singapore, ...