Holiday Inn Vista Shanghai
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Vandaag ging de wekker om 7u30. De lucht was blauw vandaag.
Na het ontbijt zijn we vertrokken naar de Jaden Boeddhatempel. De jaden boeddha is 2m groot, we mochten er geen foto's van trekken, maar zoals alle Chinezen trekken we ons niets aan van de regels.
Heel de tempel staat vol met boeddha's. Het is er dan ook één en al wierook in …
Deze ochtend opgestaan in een bewolkt, maar warm Shanghai.
Het was weer een Westers ontbijt, dus ik had weer wat meer keuze :)
Met de bus zijn we naar het waterdorp Zhujiajiao gereden. Ook wel het Venetïe van China genoemd.
Hier was het eerst rondleiding in een mooi domein van een vroeger rijke inwoner.
Daarna konden …
We were allowed a slow start to our big day seeing the sights of Shanghai. It was just as well because once we started, we didn't stop until close enough to 10 by the time we got back to our hotel. We started off at the 'Bund' which is a riverside area separating the two sides of Shanghai. After spending a little time strolling along the riverside …
One of the most unique visits in Shanghai was to the Propaganda museum. I was super excited for it, because who doesn't love communist propaganda?
The museum was in the basement of an apartment building. It was kinda sketchy. We first walked into a big room, and followed the arrows, moving through history. There were a few anti-American ones that were comical. There was a good one of Mao and Khrushchev shaking hands. Alex said that before when ...
At services and dinner on Wednesday, it was amazing to see just how many different countries were represented. Among the nationalities present were Israeli, Australian, British, Ukrainian, French, Spanish and American (of course). The attendees were a mix of students studying in Shanghai and surrounding cities, people who had recently come to Shanghai to work and expat families who seem to have put down some serious roots ...