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 …
Sooooo today is the day I begin flying to Japan and I am super excited! Woke up this morning pretty early to go to the Shanghai travel agents in the 'Sail Tower' to get the Japan Rail Pass. When I walked in it was more of an office situation, a member of staff noticed me and said 'Ni Hao' (hello) and all 50+ employees turned around in sync chanting 'ni hao', it was so funny if not a little weird! The ...
... t find our way back out!! Once we finally got out we spent the evening walking along The Bund which is where the famous Shanghai skyline is! It was amazing! We walked all the way along and went to a rooftop bar called Vue bar which had an amazing view of the city and the Bund....AND.....had a roof top jacuzzi!!! Cocktail, hot tub and view over Shanghai!! What more could we want! Brilliant ...
... Over 350,000 tons of steel was used in the construction. As we cross the bridge, David explains the city is divided into east and west. The east side (Pudong), across the Pu river, is considered “new” Shanghai, and the west side (Pupuxi) is considered “old” Shanghai. Over 4 million people moved to the east side, which meant roads, bridges, and tunnels had to be built to accommodate the flow of traffic. Today, 6 bridges and ...
... when it came to the back of my neck, in which he used a straight blade to clean it. He was very thorough and the whole process took well over an hour. They shampooed my hair at the end to get rid of the extra hairs and added a blow-dry for me, a first for me for sure. For his time and thoroughness, we decided to give him 100 RMB and he at first refused. Tipping is very uncommon in China, but the tip was actually higher ...