Grand Central Hotel Shanghai
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I woke up a little early 430 am China time, but was able to relax a little and get back to sleep for a half hr or so. We started our day around 8 with a walk and some breakfast. don't judge; we had Chinese McDonalds! I don't even know when I had McDonalds in the states! But for lunch and dinner we did for serious chinese food. our tour guide for …
... it sound like I was berating the corporate way for no good reason. I don't necessarily agree with the way things are done in the corporate sphere, but that's not what that conversation was about for me. So, that whole experience taught me to be more straightforward when I'm trying to say something so that I can avoid misunderstandings. Okay, is everyone ready? Let's move on then!
All dislikes aside, I really did like those comically oversized lighting fixtures, but I ...
... us to some smaller cities and sites that we would'nt get the chance to visit ourselves over 2 weeks.
With a few days on our own before we met up with the group we jumped in feet first, the only way we knew how, by ordering some weird food we'd never eaten before! This time it was a bowl of broth with lots of little dishes of meat, seafood, veg and other unamed objects that you throw into the broth to cook - eating them when you think they're ready. Lots ...
... Bund special - its a great place to take a walk! Had a look in the bund museum before walking through the old town and to the peoples square park. Tom went off to do some shopping and I took a trip up the Jinmao tower which has an observation deck on the 88th floor. The tower is 420m high and is the third tallest building in China. It obviously has great views over Shanghai but also of the Shanghai World ...
... we caught some on video which we have also posted)
Fortunately, I was able to borrow cousin Betty's stroller which was basically our World Expo Fast Pass! Many countries have a Fast Pass for both adults over 70 and for children in a stroller. With Lleyton stuffed into a smaller stroller, we were able to march into several pavillions with no wait ...