Piao Ying Hotel
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... questions. So that class wasn’t all that bad, and for the first time since getting here, I feel somewhat productive in class. Unfortunately I can say neither for the follow class… Comparative philosophy, as fascinating as I know it sounds, provides little useful knowledge to be attained. I think in the first 30min of the first class we covered every concept the subject has to offer. However, since we are in China, and we need to make it ...
... is the core of the old city of Shanghai. The neighborhood houses the 'Old City God' temple together with a couple of hundred stores, which attract a couple of thousand people. Yes it was very busy again. We made our way to the pond which has nice water lilies and a classic bridge. The bridge had some similarities with the one in the little park in Macau, near Linda's parents' house. But the one in Macau is a lot prettier, was it not for the quieter ...
Days 157 - 159 Arrived in Shanghai by high speed train from Suzhou, around 250km an hour. Really impressed with Shanghai, more cosmopolitan than the other places we visited, more of a Hong Kong, New York feel to it. Like everywhere in China, really easy to navigate your way around, excellent subway systems and street signs easy to follow (if you have some cop-on).
Had some lovely local dumplings for lunch ...
... desk had already told me about the brand new, high-speed, metro line that lay just around the corner. So, armed with this knowledge I headed in its direction. In fact, the station was less than a five minute walk away - I knew then that the thought of taking taxis to and from the hotel would be a redundant prospect from now on. For the princely sum of 4 yuan I was able to take the subway all the way into People`s Square, right in the heart of this most modern of ...
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