Millennium Hongqiao Hotel Shanghai
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... arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal; ">Next we checked out the Shanghai Urban Planning Center. It opened up in 2000. It displays a scaled down model of the downtown Shanghai area. We were amazed at how humongous the city is! It looks to be at least 10 times the size of Chicago's downtown area. The amount of growth that they have had in the last ten years and their plans for the future are mind blowing. There was one point in the last few ...
... of having four seats in a row it was more like a little old car with two driver seats and two back seats, looking ridiculous and adorable at the same time. Ridiculous winning by the time 3 adults and a teenager are piled on. We peddled around a bit and then I got off to run with my crazy group of guardians in pursuit. I’ve found running to be an excellent people-watching routine on my travels; I can cover a lot of ground, observe without being obtrusive and enjoy ...
... my life and couldn't seem to handle two steps and a 45 minute cardio class. There were old women in there that were kicking my tail! What if they think all Americans are this stupid? This unable to simply move their feet...and wings. How terribly un-American of me!
Shaniqua yue que ni. Seriously. Stop the flying, people. "When you wish upon a star..." Oh man. Techno Blue Fairy. This is when I hit the hysterical stage. I was laughing so hard that it wasn't even quiet. ...
... very large and confusing … well I should clarify that - confusing for seniors. We ended up in yet another “garden room” and were invited to a Tea Ceremony. At first I thought we wouldn’t have time but then I thought, why not? We’re only here for short time so let’s make the most of it. So up the steps we hobbled and were beckoned to sit on a stool and there we saw two other cruisers from our tour partaking of tea at the other ...
... up the entire third floor. After this museum we visited the Shanghai Museum. This is a world class museum that is considered one of the finest museums in China. This museum was free and was 4 stories high. It contains China's foremost collection of ceramics, bronzes, art, calligraphy and Buddhist statues. Both museums were very interesting and took the afternoon to visit. We then walked toward the ...
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