Radisson Blu Plaza Xingguo Hotel Shanghai
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Had a fantastic day exploring Shanghai. Our SNA tour guide Simon was very knowledgeable and the city skyline was incredulous with the amount of construction going on. While this is a growing city the pollution was shocking...We saw our first glimpse of Terracotta Warriors today and this only whet our appetite for more.
Finally found …
... me of the shopping district in Glasgow, only brighter. People gathered at the street intersection and took out their cameras to capture Shanghai's traffic police. It was spectacular. Men in green uniforms, serious faced, lined up to block the street from pedestrians crossing. This allowed for cars to pass on their respective green lights and avoid any kind of jay walking. Once their light turned red, the guards walked backwards, in army like discipline, ...
... And next time we will have the longer lines, maybe double or triple lines. Bettina is so competitive.
When we got back to our van it was interesting to see that Tom had taken pictures of us together flying the kite. We are not sure whether he thought it fun, or funny. Maybe we will be the topic of his interesting dinner conversation.
Spring is here... for a very short time... We will tell you about summer in a week or two. ...
... home, and a strange longing for my time in London came over me. But it's not just fog... it's smog, which is a kind of super fog, powered by poisonous gases that, although unpleasant, don't seem to be having any effect, but then when you get inside, you feel like you've just smoked a dozen cigars at the same time. The back of your throat is incrusted in a oily film, ...
... I love Ish" sign (so she tells me) though its quite a coincidence it was there throughout our entire time in Shanghai and would also fit well with “I love Shanghai”!
There isn’t a lot to do in Shanghai as it’s a financial city, so we checked out some of the old parts of town and wandered through some the modern malls for a bit of window shopping. ...