Park Hyatt Shanghai
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Si hay algo lindo es el contraste entre lo antiguo y lo moderno. Esto está en Shanghai separado por un río: de un lado el Bund y del otro el Pudong. En el primero encontraremos todos los edificios que conformaban la Shanghai de los años 20, cuando estaba dominada por los ingleses y en parte por los franceses y americanos. Bancos, …
... back to our hotel to be picked up by our tour guide, Run, and driver, Mr Tan. Then back to the Bund for a history lesson on the area where the great trading houses and banks had their headquarters in the 1920s and 30s. From here you look across the river to the new financial district, the Pudong area, to where the 3 highest buildings ...
... really didn't grasp the
relevance when I was in year 12. But today I felt like I flew in over
the set for that movie, except it was real (with the exception of
flying cars..dang). Everything is covered by a thick mist of smog,
and its hot, its like 6 am and its hot. I know they told us during uni that China was the
biggest rising economy in the world, and that they are the ones to
look out for. Something you don't really grasp the truth of until you ...
... span the river. Our first stop of the day is the Maglev train. Built at a cost of $1.5 billion US, it is literally the train to nowhere—well, not nowhere—just the airport. Built for speed, the train takes only 7 minutes to travel 20 miles. Top speed is 431 km/hour or 268 mph. It is faster than the Chunnel in France, and faster than a Formula One racecar. It literally floats on the magnetic rail as it glides along at top ...
Whaaaaahooo I'm here,
Made it safe and sound we flew out of Auckland Airport at about 11pm and arrived in Shanghai at about 11am NZT (7.05am Shanghai) very exciting but also scary! I got little to no sleep on the crowed plane trip, bonus was my ears weren't too sore just a little when landing but that was to be expected! At the airport PU DONG we meet up with Will, who showed us to the bus and the trip began! Bus ride to SHIFT was little scary it involved lots of ...