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... about sustainable healthy living. More green spaces and outdoor rec areas are planned. Shanghai prides itself on pushing the designers to think creatively and some of the designs did just that. Vertical growing towers that can produce tons of food were very futuristic. However, based on what has been built here already, anything is possible.
We returned to the ship happy and tired, but stayed awake ...
... Exhibition Hall. They are in the same building, which is in People’s Square -- 人民广场。 ;The 360˚c film is fantastic. I had seen it before but this time there are some new things added to it, such as Shanghai Expo and the highest building. It was amazing.
The highlight of the day was the visit of Oriental Pearl Tower. We visited the museum ...
... hesitation. The services were a welcomed treat without effort by the staff. We were back to a reality we know! It was about 10am before we stirred. We ventured out to wander Yu Gardens. The gardens are a unique example of the 1800s Chang dynasty. The Oriental pavilions, sitting areas, quiet ponds with Koi fish lazing. The volcanic rock formations were glorious to wander through. Dragon’s heads and the tail made the tops of ...
We began our last full day in China with an adventure to the bargain markets (aka cheap street). This was a series of about 10 different malls with EVERYTHING you could ever want in them, and you had to bargain your way through the whole thing. It was very overwhelming... paradox of choice was so apparent. I really wanted to get a bag for my friend but there were so many that I couldn't choose. And to get ...
... the airport seemed to know though and so I tried my luck with people out in the car park. Again I was soon surrounded by a crowd, none of whom had even heard of the hotel. A nice man phoned a friend who could speak English. I then had to text him the name of the hotel and he called back to let everyone know where it was. A taxi driver had started to show ...