Hyatt on the Bund
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... during childbirth and pregnancy. Mustard colored walls and buildings are a symbol of religious area and many so believers carry mustard colored purses and wear mustard colored clothes to symbolize that they are believers.
We enjoyed lunch at a very popular restaurant and the food was delicious. I cannot tell you what we ate, but it was tasty. Now sated, we headed out for our last stop of the ...
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 ...
... I love this part of the world. The endurance it took was sometimes too much. The memories, however, outweigh all of it. We are in Shanghai for two nights. We plan a lot of down time to recoup before the last leg of returning to Los Angeles and home in a couple of days.
This flight back to Shanghai was never ending. It was about 16 hours of travel time. We were exhausted by the time we reached the Renaissance Shanghai Yu Gardens. ...
They say that there are dangers and annoyances for solo women travellers abroad. Well there are certainly annoyances for solo men in Shanghai. If I had a pound for everytime I've been asked if I want a beautiful woman to give me a massage I'd be able to afford to build my own skyscraper in Pudong. I have no moral point to make here -- I've read The Economist long enough to have adopted the shackles of extreme libertarianism -- but it ...
... irrational thoughts like “I wonder what the failure weigh is for these glass floor tiles”.
As soon as the photos were taken and Ant gingerly crossed to the far side of the observation deck for the return lift ride. Ruth definitely made the right decision to stay firmly put on the ground. Maybe when the Shanghai Centre tower is completed (118 floors, and construction is well underway), she can visit Shanghai again and take the photos from the top of that ...