Radisson Blu Plaza Xingguo Hotel Shanghai
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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On our final day in Shanghai we headed out of Shanghai. Caught a local bus for 12 yuan ($2) to an historic river village about an hour outside of Shanghai called Zhujiajiao. Exiting the bus station, we first loaded our combined Anglo weight into the back of a tuk tuk, which a small elderly man then struggled to pedal down the street to the river front.
Here we found a mini Venice with several small canals with gondolier type boats ...
... and browsed a bit and her bravery only cost us a new bag, (well I bought a helicopter but it sounds better if it is Jan spending all the money).
After taking the shopping back to the hotel we decided we would do the "Hop on Hop off bus" to see a bit more of Shanghai, that was one of the fastest bus we have been on, no one got in our drivers way (or didn't stay there for very long) and then the bus broke down. They ...
... on the metro to a different part of the city. Leaving the Metro, it was not all that unlike many other parts of the city; lots of huge residential buildings, shops, cafes, etc. It is quite a bit nicer than the area that I am staying in. My friend tells me that this area is Shanghai’s Korea town. She then took me to one of her favorite Korean restaurants and we ate an extremely wide variety of Korean foods. They cooked all the meats at the table ...
... wandered around for a while before stopping for a drink on a balcony of a curious teddy bear cafe.
From Tianzifang we headed back to Changning district and the Lotus Eatery, so they could try some Yunnan Province style food.
We ordered Sleeping Dragon Aubergine, Grandma's Potato (which Dan has vowed to make back home!), Chilli Peanut Prawns, Fried Goats Cheese, Lotus Root with Honey Vinaigrette, Stir Fried Pork and a good helping of rice ...
... and computers on another. The best floor was the cell phone and video game one, but that is not saying much. There were no customers at all and the workers were just sitting and waiting for any business at all. As for my favorite, video games, the selection was very slim. Only one store really sold games, the China Playstation. They sold mostly promo and collector's sets, which was pretty nice, but many of the games were ...