Jin Jiang Pine City Hotel
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The forecast has been mid teens so warm clothes were packed. A long flight without mishaps of the South China Sea meant we landed in Shanghai on Saturday evening. The hotel was as I remembered it, small, clean and with a comfy bed. Sunday I awoke to bright sunshine and people everywhere (it is Shanghai). A quick breakfast of boiled egg, noodles and boiled green something (vegetables?). Then off for a walk to get my metro card topped up, a SIM for my phone and some ...
... br> sun...
This sweet old gal doesn't care what you think of her.
epitome of wealth and beauty, she's confident of her class
She has lived through many wars, and
has died and resurrected herself many times before.
So please respect her and do not dare
judge her mysterious, actions or appearances.
We are here to shut up and learn.
... to the visiting the orphanage once more with Jon, we also decided to check out the Shanghai Aquarium. It was basically awesome! It has the longest aquarium tunnel in the world and I loved seeing fish and see creatures that I've never seen before! I've included two awesome videos: one of the scariest things I've ever seen and one of the most beautiful jelly fish EVER! I've always said that if I had to be an animal, I'd definitely be a jelly fish! They aren't supposed to ...
... recession perhaps have been subsumed by just being Shanghai, a city that survives and will grow whatever happens elsewhere.
The evening was spent going out via the very efficient and clean Shanghai subway system. The municipal "Octopus" card which covers all bus, train , tram and taxis also covers the subway so making life easier . The show we went to was the performance by young Chinese acrobats. This troupe who ...
... in flats -- once we got through the language barrier and she stopped beating the **** out of me. The first few minutes of the massage consisted of me writhing around in pain, on the verge of tears, and her apologizing profusely. In the end, we figured it out and I may actually do that again...now that I know where to go.
All in all, not a bad birthday. Even if it was 7,000 miles from home.