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... for the tower, and once we got outside we saw signs to a viewing floor and followed them inside a huge Art Deco skyscraper. To get to the top we first had to go downstairs to the basement where the lifts left from, and once we'd bought our tickets we got in the lift which took 45 seconds to climb to the 88th floor - there was lots of ear popping on the way up. The views from so high up were spectacular, and fortunately it was less smoggy than the day before had ...
We had a free morning. We didn’t do much at all. By 11am I remembered I should have gone to do my hair. Oh well, too late. We set off for KFC for take away lunch. Then on the bus we went. This time it was to Shanghai Municipal People’s Government. It was for a news conference. As “little journalists”, it was great opportunity to learn about the spoken person’s system ...
... The best part was a trip up to the viewing deck in the Jin Mao Tower, Shanghai's third largest skyscraper. (The largest is currently under construction, but is largely finished, and the viewing deck will open in a few months; the second largest, the Shanghai Financial Center is just a few metres taller than Jin Mao.) Going up Jin Mao is quite an experience in itself: 88 floors ascended in the lift in just 45 seconds, top speed of 9 m/s, ears popping ...
... 160; We encountered another thing we've commonly been experiencing- Chinese people being so fascinated by us that they are genuinely excited to speak to us or even just ask for a picture- We're like special attractions in a zoo. And this happened many times just over 3 days! We slowly strolled to the park Hyatt hotel (because I'd read that their restaurant has a great view) & went up to the 100th ...
... vegan noodle house. It was clean, produced visually-enticing and tasty vegan food and was also very reasonable at £5 for both of us for a giant bowl of soup noodles, tea and sesame buns.
Eventually we found it - lane number 608, house number 53, in the Bubbling Wells Lane area. This is an area of conservation built around a series of gated lanes, The houses are European style with ...