Radisson Blu Plaza Xingguo Hotel Shanghai
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Travel Blogs from Shanghai
NI HAO!!! (Hello in Mandarin)
After a quick pitstop home to unpack, do laundry and repack, I was off to Shanghai, PRC. It is my first time in China...really, its only my 3rd country in Asia.
I have to say, I have never been enthused by the idea of China. It is not on my list of tops to make sure I see before...well, 30, but here …
... and port expansions. A 32km bridge leads to the deep water port, they have 550km of subway, which they plan to double (it is already the biggest subway system in the world). The development Shanghai has hone through and is planned is just staggering. In fact two years ago,two thirds of the worlds cranes were in Shanghai, where they built 1100 high rises in 10 years! The mind boggles. All the building has led to a wonderful cityscape that rivals that of Chicago. We ...
... of the world as a round sky and a square world. Besides the wonderful collection of ancient bronzes, there are also collections of jade, ceramics,art,sculpture,and the art of minority cultures. I could have spent days wandering through the exhibits and the two hours went quickly. After returning to the hotel we took a brief walk to Nanjing Road, a world famous shopping district. Then it was time for dinner and a early ...
We are a little behind with the old blogs everyone as we have been in Thailand for a few weeks in holiday mode so apologies for late updates!
So we arrived in Shanghai after the bullet train from Beijing and we when then took a tube to West Yan'an Road. all fairly easy and no problems negotiating the tube system for phil :-) When we arrived at the tube station online when booking the hostel it said it would take fifteen min's to walk. ...
... belongs to all you Dragons out there. But this did not stop this old rabbit travelling to Shanghai to end the year in style.
Shanghai is easily my favourite city in China so far. Shanghai is London x10! It is huge! The skyscrapers envelop you as soon as you head into the centre. The chaos, speed and pace of life there made me feel that living in London must feel like the countryside compared to this. I decided ...
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