Lansheng Hotel Shanghai
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... he had 3 apartments but it was on paper and he still had to drive a car. From the top of the World Financial Center which is next to the Urban Planning Center one can then lookdown over Shanghai and see which parts have been implemented. Lots of high rises but not much green space. The World Financial Center top floor is for observsation and it has a glass floor over part of it. It is unnerving when first stepping onto the the glass and looking ...
... that before today. This part of the world seemed too far away and too different. After this trip it will be just another ride in an airplane. My less than chatty seatmate just sneezed for the second time since boarding.
We arrived at the airport in Shanghai only twenty minutes later than we expected but it was already dark out so we couldn’t see much. Coming in through security and customs in China was no ...
... for trying to cross a small bridge, as she may have got in the sights of the press core following the Chinese President's wife as she took a boat trip along one of the canals. This was after we had spent ages in traffic trying to get out of Shanghai as they had closed the expressway to the public, most probably so that the President's wife could get to Zhujiajiao. I am so pleased that I live in a country where the press at ...
... in traffic (this was by now between 1.30 to 2.30)
The hotel was brilliant though. I mean I had seen this incredibly posh places before, but only in passing. Now I was living on the 21st floor of one. Plus I got to see my parents again, who were considerably tired, but very happy to see me. I am sharing a room with my brother so he was also glad to see me We chatted for a bit but I went to bed quite quickly.
Tomorrow would be an exciting day in ...
... the river to an area deep and wide enough for the large ship to turn around in. Until then we were treated to an excellent view of the Shanghai skyline where many of the new skyscrapers are lit up. The view was easily on par with that in Hong Kong.
So here we are now, sailing down the Huangpu River on our way to the South China Sea. We spent two days in Shanghai, known as China's most "western" city, and are heading to Beijing. Who knows what's in store, but I'm sure it won't be ...