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... make the best of it as The City is booked out and we only have two nights here, it was nice to stroll along the Bund that evening as it was a pleasant night and we watch the boats ferrying people to and fro.
We had used the underground in Beijing and found it easy so get ...
... enjoy the view of the Bund, only to find out it was flooded! There were even fishermen walking around with nets trying to catch some fish (and being successful at it). So I skipped the promenade and walked straight to the Shanghai World Financial Centre (SWFC), passing Shanghai’s twin towers and the amazingly impressive Shanghai tower on my way there. The Shanghai tower is still under construction, but already so beautiful that I couldn’t stop staring at it. ...
... did we know that it would be the only time we would see the skyline!
We decided to have breakfast at the hotel and we paid 180 Yuan or about 21 Euros for what was a massive buffet. They had absolutely everything from western style continental breakfast to eastern style foods like cooked rice, fish soups and pickled vegetables, although I wasn't sure exactly of what! Needless to say, that we tried as much we could and left with full stomachs.
Not wanting to deal ...
... 30 RMB cheeseburgers.. it was perfect if you ask me!
We hung out at Windows, played some ping pong and pool and caught up with everyone in our group. It was probably one of the first times the entire GLP Shanghai group was together at one place! A fun way to celebrate our country!
The pub crawl started at one of our favorite places called "The Camel Bar." It is a British pub in the French Concession that is extremely popular among the USC Alumni ...
... of China. If they can develop and grow socially to the rest of the worlds standards, maybe other cities can follow their lead in the future. There is not much to see in Shanghai, as far as traditional Chinese culture goes. There are many western restaurants as well as bars and clubs but I did not see things like temples or nature. We went to The Bund which overlooks the beautiful buildings on the river. It was quite the sight I must say. We also had ...