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We were greeted at Hong Kong airport by a warm and smiling David Goldstein. Very appropriate that he greet us on the first day of our 20th Wedding Anniversary trip as he was the Best Man at our wedding and just happens to now live in Hong Kong with wife Joanne and kids Alexander and Dana. We were thrilled to discover that the YMCA Hotel on …
... It's only a short trip into the Bund from Zhongshan Park: the metro at Nanjing Street East brings you out a ten minute walk from the waterfront, and is a great places for any shoppers... The Bund itself is pretty spectacular, and extremely interesting, even if you're not a history geek: it's like someone 'copied and pasted' a collection of 19th and 20th century European it in the middle of China. Had a massive flashback to the few days that I spent here with Ma and ...
... this with a stroll around the nearby People's Park and finish with a nice sunset view over the Hangpu skyline from our rooftop bar. We like it here already. The next 2 days are mostly spent at the F1 Grand Prix hosted by the Shanghai International Circuit. The first day is practice and qualifying. We find our 'seats' (a grass hill at the end of the circuit) and catch some of the action. The cars are holding back a bit and despite the noize levels ...
Right now I am enjoying my first couple of days in Shanghai, before my classes start. With the exception of the
14 hour plane ride, getting mixed up in the train system, and getting lost
trying to find the hotel the first day, everything has been running well. Tyler
and I were staying at a hotel in the middle of Shanghai until the dorms opened
up. The first day we went to campus and looked around, and then down to the
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