Jinjiang MetroPolo Hotel Shanghai (Minhang District)
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After dinner we strolled (hobbled) along the Bund which looks fantastic at night and finished up with an iced coffee which really hit the spot.
At this point we were really looking forward to getting on the plane to London. Shanghai has some amazing things to see but is very ‘hard work’ with the constant traffic, people and language difficulties. We probably won’t choose it as a stop over again but worth seeing at least ...
Erica and I headed out on our own after breakfast for the morning. We wandered through the local streets around our hotel to experience the smells and sights of everyday life here. The streets are filled with people and traffic, small shops line the street as well as housing. Washing is hung in the streets as well as above it and there is food cooking in small areas ...
... and millions here live on less than $300. Where do the other half live? I see very poor people wherever I go,
I found some of the answers to this question on Sunday.
Although most of the main streets feature blocks and blocks of new apartment complexes (most apartments are owned not rented), just a few blocks away from the main roads, Shanghai becomes a different world. Crumbling ...
... wifi and I'm glad to pass the time catching up on some writing. A couple hours later and we still have time to spare so exploring we go. We've already seen the old streets so we head to the new part of town. There is so much going on! It's loud, crowded, and Aaron loves it. I just want to find a place to rest my feet. Finally, it's time to meet our guide. The trip to the airport is only fifteen minutes. The plane is, once again, delayed, but we are on our way back to ...
... lunch while we had a few drinks. Last weekend we went shopping for some materials for our Christmas concert costumes. The area we went to had a lot of different shops with souvenirs and food. It reminded me of a large arts and crafts show. There were also a lot of shops that had Christmas decorations and got me into the Christmas spirit. We also booked our flight tickets to go to Sanya for Christmas break for 4 days ...