The Peninsula Shanghai
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We made it to Shanghai! Of course not without a few glitches such as: T breaking her flat bed seat hence forcing us to move seats ( see photo of poor flight attendant trying to fix the bed) I spent 7 hours out of a 14 hour flight trying to figure out why my tv was only in German, until same flight attendant pushed one button and proceeded to laugh …
... since it offers an unobstructed view of some of the city's most impressive architecture. But being there early in the morning, we were able to enjoy a quiet view not only of the city's beautiful and diverse architecture, but also of several groups practicing Tai Chi or taking their early morning fitness walks-the latter of which involve a variety of movements intended to enhance circulation: clapping, arm-circling, and pounding on the ...
... space world. It's considered the epicentre of Shanghai. We snapped a load of pictures, then rushed back down to the metro for our next stop. Next up its a visit to the People's Park. It was a park, and there were people, so it was aptly named. We stop for some speedy grub: A nice basket of dumplings, then it was a final stop at the French Concession area. It's an area which used to belong to France, and has ...
... is Ms. Chen. There are 23 children in her class and she new two of them from her old school. There is a mix of 9 different nationalities in the class including, American, Swedish, Polish, Korean, Chinese, French, Indian, and a few others (I need to check the bulletin board again). Aoife has some of her lessons taught in English and some in Chinese. She also will have a violin class in addition to music, P.E., art, library, and computer class. Her bus picks her ...
... didn’t need to be open so the noise levels were much better for sleeping, result!
We were excited to visit Shanghai as its renowned for being a vibrant, funky city with European streetscapes, French patisseries, banging clubs, trendy restaurants, electric cocktail bars, and charming art deco architecture. The famous riverside area called The Bunds, French Concession, and the Shanghai Museum are meant to be top sights that cannot be ...