Jinjiang MetroPolo Hotel Classiq Shanghai Peoples' Square
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... outer tower is a glass curtain wall that creates a giant air gap for insulation to reduce HVAC needs, and the building will have several levels of indoor garden spaces to improve air quality. And because it's so tall, they twisted it 120 degrees to reduce the sway from wind. (Supposedly 180 degrees was optimal but not affordable.) The wind will swirl around the building instead of slamming into it. Though my architecture addiction is not shared by my ...
... They absolutely love it, particularly when we performed the College song actions and all. We departed friends after the handover of soft keyring koalas made in China. Finally we visited a silk factory before dinner (the most interesting of all; tentacles and 100 day old egg, Hannah gets the prize for being the most adventurous eater)and retiring for an early night due to a 6am departure to ...
... have to say that I didnt see any paper iPhones, but I did see a lot of paper money being assembled. My guide suggested to me that the paper iPhones would be for those who didn't go to the temple. This was my third temple of the journey, but I enjoyed visiting temples and didn't find this a problem.
Then there was another type of temple I visited. This was probably the place most crowded with Chinese, particularly the young, of any place I visited. Sacred tablets ...
... is located by the Huangpu River and is a symbol of Shanghai's economic prosperity. Here we say the Oriental Pearl Tower. It was super crowded. After that we went out to dinner at another good place and went out. We went to an ex-pat bar called I Love Shanghai for beer pong Thursdays and owned the tables. We stayed for a while and then we proceeded to jump from convenience store to convenience store ...
... walk to Perry's bar for food, drink and strawberry shisha. Had a really great night and got chatting to lots of people, new friends and old. (That is is you can call friends that I've have for a month 'old'!) Most people were planning on heading out to a club afterwards, but despite the few (obligatory I'm told) birthday kamikazees and tequilas I was sensible and left around one or two, knowing that I had a bag to pack and a train to catch the next morning. :o)