The Hongta Hotel, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Shanghai
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Shanghai is as busy and bustling as I remember. It is 6 years since as was last here. Whilst the famous waterside promenade of the Bund is still resplendent in colonial glory the skyscrapers of Pudong have certainly multiplied. As we start to explore the city we are constantly reminded of Shanghai's growth and importance to the world’s …
This morning finds us on the Chinese High Speed train (HSR) journeying some 1,000 miles north to Shanghai. Reaching speeds of 150 mph our comfortable journey takes some seven and a half hours. With little rocking it is easy to contemplate the rural and residential scenario as it rushes by. From our vantage point is appears that most of southern …
Not a day too soon :) Caught circling above the airport before landing for about 30 minutes - longest part of the flight so far!
Happy shot of us is on the Maglev from the airport to the main station closer to the city center. Hit just about 190mph on the way in (well under the 260 we were hoping for). It does feel that fast but the …
... Bazaar. Its not actually particularly old, but was a a lovely place to wander around and had lots to see. The one part which was genuine was an old building, set on an island in the middle of a pond, which you could only reach by walking across a zigzag bridge (the zigzag is suppose to protect the structure, as evil spirits can't turn corners!). This is the oldest tea room in Shanghai, built in 1784, so we decided to try it. Well, I'm not a tea drinker, ...
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