Jinjiang MetroPolo Hotel Classiq Shanghai Peoples' Square
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... spent time in Shanghai we only allocated 2 days to explore. On the first day it was pouring down with rain but we put on our waterproofs and headed straight for the Bund. The Bund is situated next to the river and is basically a collection of very grand buildings which house the cities landmark hotels, banks, and trading houses. The buildings are very European looking and many of them are heritage buildings. Opposite the Bund on the other side of ...
The very day that no one wanted to have an upset stomach but almost everyone did!One whole day of traveling WOOP WOOP!Susan and I werent too bad, but there was a few questionable toilet stops and even one guy was sick out of the bus window....impressive!Our day was as follows1hour Bus4hour shopping mall/arcade/cinema stop(everything was in chinese)1hour bus2hour bullet trainOvernight train......China is massive so its just all part of the fun I suppose!Would I do it again......maybe!
... warm veggie dish. We had chrysanthemum tea with our lunch. I liked it once it cooled down a bit.
... USA ok!" and motion-talked to me that in USA everyone can make a lot more money than in China. Quite the conversationalist. That night, Scott, Ashley and I went to the Blue Frog for burgers. The waitress recognized us and called Scott out when he said, "that's what we're here for!" when she told us the specials. She is funny and I like her. I got a beer called Shandy, and it was almost pure sugar. I enjoyed it. There was a really sad part of the night though. Since ...
... ENTIRE tube of pepper paste into their dishes, which I thought was funny. Their dishes were bright red and mine was pretty plain and boring haha. The meal also came with a little cup of Kimchi, which she also said was spicy so I didn't eat that either. And, there was a cup of something else, but I couldn't tell what it was, so I lifted it up close to see it and I noticed that the tiny things inside had EYEBALLS! She told me that it was dried anchovies, and ...