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... before. We returned to the Chinese-American restaurant, ate some orange chicken, ditched the gardens at the bund due to the weather and mustered our last bit of strength for “Pu-Dong.” Pu-Dong is on the opposite side of the Bund in Shanghai and is home to all the Skyscrapers and financial banks.
The weather got worst and nearly all our traveling hype was gone. We quickly made way for the river front, took a few pictures, and then looked for cover from ...
... Bank of China, Foreign Trade Building.
Day 2: July 5, 2014
We walked to the People's Square quite early in the morning from where we took a public bus going in direction to Zhujiajiao (Ancient) Water Town. We paid RMB 12 for one ticket and it took us roughly one hour to reach the town. Besides us there were no other foreigners in the bus. We were slowly getting used to be the only weirdos :)
The entrance to the town was free of charge but ...
... and see what is out there. The next Shanghai surprise was taking place as we strolled along the riverside. We kept getting stared at, over and over again. The stares were a cross between "what the hell is that weird alien looking person" and "is that a famous actor?" Very odd to say the least, and the stares invoked a few stare contests right back. After a few hours of wandering, we decided it was time to stumble into a random spot and grab some grub. As we turned ...
... I got a pretty sweet deal on a pearl necklace. It is just one large pearl on a silver strand. She has taken so many people to this place over the years that her Towson Business card is on the wall!!
Have I mentioned how hard the bed is that I am sitting on... I will get used to it, it is my home for the next 8 nights!
Finally in Shanghai last night we went to a rooftop bar that overlooked the city. ...
... I hear is in Chinese and then in English! It’s so easy to travel in this city! I found my metro lines easily and thanks to the email directions I got from the hostel, I found the Rock & Wood Youth Hostel very easily. It’s a very cool looking place with little coy ponds and a huge common area downstairs for travelers to hang out.
I was so tired when I first got here that I decided to pay the extra money ...