Shanghai Qing Pu Hotel
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By the Jade Buddha we saw pictures of various celebrities who had visited, including Bill Clinton. Apart from visiting the pandas, It seems we have followed his path around China, although he did most of our 2 week trip in a day! We saw pictures of President Xi and Hu. I said aloud: 'I know Xi is the current president, but Hu was ...
... Shanghai". I can feel the stares getting more intense, and the buildings are falling apart and becoming quickly over grown with clothes.
by this stage i'm pretty sure I have taken a wrong turn. So I go back. Nope, i'm pretty sure thats wrong too, I walk back to the corner, and this man is staring. So intensely staring, and Im beginning to feel completely overwhelmed.. I am praying to every god that ever existed in the history of man "please don't talk to ...
... about an hour for not much money, although it is really cold now we have gone a bit further north and I haven't really got many/any clothes for this temperature. So it was a bit of a struggle in the day until I could go shopping for warmer clothes.
We also road the subway and saw the famous pearl tower by day and night. Another highlight was a 4 hour ferry boat cruise to show us the amount of exporting that Shanghai does (LOADS!) along with ...
... to stop saying the word "pi," we both completely lost it. Our parents smiled at each other awkwardly as they waited for their interpreters to gain control of themselves.
We hesitantly left Wenying's warm family home with full bellies and fulfilled hearts. No time to rest though! As amazing as it was to show my parents around Shanghai and introduce them to Wenying's folks, it was time to pack for Chinese New Year in Beijing!
... the festival and you have an estimated 700 million people on the move during those 8 days. That's TWICE the population of the US! It almost boggles the mind.
Regg and I were fortunate (or unfortunate) to enjoy some of the National Day celebration in Shanghai, where an estimated additional 6.5 million people visited. Shanghai is a beautiful city filled with a variety of ...