Hyatt on the Bund
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... rocked by the train I thought about all I had done in Shanghai and Beijing. Part of me could not believe I had finally seen these two iconic Chinese cities and part of me was so excited for what was to come. Xian, the home of the Terracotta Warriors and a place I had been desperate to see for years was just a day away. I did not think I would be coming to China this soon in my life so with a grateful smile I daydreamed about what else China had in store for me for the rest of the ...
... a bunch of lights on, which do a light show at 9 pm every night. We all hung out around the Bund for a few hours, taking photos & discussing the trip so far. I really enjoyed the more casual feel between everyone. We returned to our hotel, which is in more of a residential area, ow we experience more of the local feel, rather than touristy, kitch stuff. Hannah, Chelsea, & I are sharing a room here. (We are the only girls on the trip, 7 guys, & our professor) ...
... after 10. Had a plan to head for peoples square, then the old city, Hu Xin Ting Tea House, Huangpu Park and back up the bund with lunch somewhere on the way. Things went pretty much to plan but loads of walking :-( had a fantastic lunch in a restaurant full of Chinese business types and us! ;-) The tea house was mentioned in the port talk and I'd expected it to be huge and in a real prominent position. It was a ...
... left and we had started on the right road so we must have been right. 15 minutes later we had seen nothing but council houses and dual carriageways and had no idea where we were. A small thought experiment revealed that our logic meant that we had to either be going in the right direction or precisely the wrong direction…
20 minutes later the taxi dropped us off at our first, slightly underwhelming Chinese garden of the day. We spent the next few hours at the Gardens ...
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After dinner we headed out to the Yu Gardens area. It was beautiful with all the lights at night. We walked around for a bit but it was closing. Since we didn’t want to part so soon from our new friends, we insisted that they have a drink with us. Chuck suggested the 40th floor lounge of the Marriott. The views were amazing & they even had live music. We had drinks & several laughs before we ...