InterContinental Shanghai Pudong
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... and found a little bakery with the most beautiful cakes! Then we found a huge bridge which crossed another river. It is amazing how even though there are a million different skyscrapers the city looks different every where you wander! We found a little church nestled in the middle of a quiet park, which was again, surrounded by HUGE buildings. We bought Asian pears for about 27 cents each. They were SUPER juicy. Every time I try a new fruit I think of Claire. I wish I ...
We spent a couple days in Zhuhai to re-group from our hike in Hong Kong. There wasn't much to report as we weren't there to sight-see so we didn't leave the hotel very much. We left Zhuhai on Friday the 27th and took a train to Guangzhou. While there we went to a couple parks and had dinner and then lunch the next day at a vegan restaurant run by one of the temples. The first time we went we ordered a couple appetizers and a ...
... we were happy we did butttt we wouldn't recommend it to anyone that we wanted to remain friends with aha. The aquarium ended up being pretty cool because it actually had the longest underwater viewing tunnel in the world so that was super interesting cause it felt like you were actually swimming with the fishies (not in the Godfather kind of way though). Afterwards we decided to head to the Yu Gardens and Bazaar which was unbelievably cool and it's a place that I ...
... and did her thing. Half an hour later we were enjoying some air-con and a real bed!
After getting online on the wifi we discovered that like in Vietnam, Facebook doesn’t work here. Not to worry, we didn’t really need it anyway. That afternoon we headed for the CTS office where we took on the challenge of buying train tickets once again. We were disappointed to discover that the trains we wanted were all full and so the lady in ...
... inside the obscure address to find it at the back of the second storey of the ‘Gourmet Zone’ mall. Like our last visit as we entered, we were the only patrons present. Their menu is varied. It’s easy to get distracted by the last pages full of international beer offerings. John and I stuck to the local brew, but Greg found a German Heffaweisen that Manuel has taught him to pronounce correctly that had to be sampled while Jeff ventured to a ...