Hotel Carolina Shanghai Xinhua
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I have become an old hat at travelling on overnight trains now. It doesn't necessarily mean I get any sleep but preparing what to take, getting on and to my seat with my bags into a cramped carriage, using the squat toilets as the train is moving and avoiding the potential cabin fever that a 17 hour plus train ride could present have all become familiar and part of the trip. So after those 17 hours, when we arrived in Shanghai, I felt fine albeit a little tired and glad of the ...
... great way to celebrate our last night. After, some of the group returned to the hotel where we ha a couple drinks and share a bunch of stories. It's a bittersweet night saying good bye to everyone and this experience. Tomorrow I leave for the airport at noon and after a days worth of traveling I will be home hopefully enjoying some cheese curds ...
... French Concession district has lovely wide streets and beautiful big houses, more resembling Paris than a Chinese city. And the Tianzifang area is one of our faves - the arts district. It has alley after alley full of shops containing beautiful arts and crafts. Before we head home we'll have to return to spend more time here.
Our break for the evening was an area Miki referred to as the 'bar district' full of restaurants and bars and also beautifully ...
... lights up in an explosion of neon and animation, more over the top than New York City’s Time Square. There are many tourists here, though most are Chinese, and the fact that we are American is something that is apparently blatantly obvious. On several occasions, people have asked us to pose with them for pictures, though today, one elderly man omitted me entirely, and just wanted his picture with Brianne. People love to talk and try ...
... an American school. The Westerners in China celebrate Christmas, the Chinese in China do not. There is not time off from work, there are no decorations, there is no big meal, there is no special music, there is literally no Christmas.
I live in a little Westernized bubble. They actually call it "The Bubble." There are a few American style schools in the area and many Westerners living in this neighborhood. So the businesses in ...