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... later. Andrew is on his way over and has challenged us to meet him at the Shanghai Library exit 1. After studying our maps thoroughly, we were not able to find the meeting place. It doesn't help when the writing on the subway map and road map is so small. After accepting defeat, Andrew met us at the hotel where we introduced him to our tour guide Christian. We quickly ventured out on to the streets and wandered along roads, through parks, up alleyways and enjoyed the feeling ...
... of familiar shops and cafés making it identical to cities across the world. We left pretty quickly for the backstreets to find more local and unique shops, and I led the way to somewhere I'd seen in the guidebook. Suzhou Cobblers hand-embroiders and makes traditional Chinese silk slippers, so I treated myself to a pair, despite them being more than a bit outside my budget! A restaurant just up the road served for lunch, ...
... s hard to pick a highlight, it was all pretty amazing! We’re still full from lunch so eschew dinner in favour of an early night!
The weather comes in overnight and it’s raining the next morning. We all head out and first stop is the Shanghai Museum, a Chinese national museum. We spend a couple of hours there, the highlights of which are the art and calligraphy collections. As we head out the rain has let up a little and we head ...
... it feel more like a really good replication of a Chinese street in Disney world, though it was assuredly real. Two turtles swimming in a clear bucket outside of a store to attract customers, underwear and clothing hanging from windows to dry, and old men sitting on buckets and smoking outside their stores made it seem authentic. There was a very cute candy store and a "scent library" (something Jenny would have loved) that made an impression on ...
... they have family living and working in Shanghai (what a coincidence!). It was so encouraging and exciting to see faces from home. It was really, really great. I was very proud of myself because I rode the Metro all by myself to come meet them. It was about an hour on the Metro and then I had to walk for about 10 more minutes to find out. Shanghai is a HUGE city and I was so proud of myself to find the meeting spot all on my own! We had a delicious ...