Lansheng Hotel Shanghai
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So this past weekend myself and two girl friends went to Shanghai for a girls weekend getaway. Objectives: Good food and drinks and shopping! The flight from ZZ is only an hour and 45minutes, we got in late Friday evening, due to our flight being delayed 2 hours. Once we found our AirB&B we made a bee line for the Shanghai Brewery. There we tried some yummy beer on tap and I actually got real nachos! They were delicious, the best ...
My train for Suzhou was around 9.30 so I had to leave the hostel at about 8. This meant I was going to be on the metro for rush hour, but to be honest, it had to be done! I thought London was bad, but my god it was mayhem! Not only were there hundreds and hundreds of people but the shoving was mental! People had absolutely no qualms, and I thought the gloved shovers were a myth - nope! They were there alright. When I got off the train I was ...
... sold out in the meantime. I opted to wait for the weather conditions in Shanghai to improve, since I could always go back to Tianjin and stay at the Westin again and take the train the next day. I also thought that if I was in the US and a flight was delayed because of weather, there's no way I would be frantically looking for alternative transportation only 2 hours into the delay. It was the disembarking from the flight and the attendant saying it could be up ...
Having to drag myself out of bed at 4.15am wasnt the easiest thing to do. The joy of a 6am flight. We left Adelaide an time and arrived at Sydney on time. Qantas gave us 1 hour to get from the Domestic to the international terminal. We made it with minutes to spare. As we arrived at the gate Final Boarding was being called.
The flight to Shanghai was very smooth and quiet. Most of the people on board were Chinese. The plane ...
... bit smoggy in the day time, it was still amazing to see it up close. The buildings are taller than I could have imagined from across the river, and the architecture is unreal. I was honestly so impressed and overwhelmed walking in this area. And one thing I have noticed about Shanghai, at least in the parts I have visited, is that even though it is the most populous city in China, it really doesn't feel like it. Especially in the financial district, everything is ...