Radisson Blu Plaza Xingguo Hotel Shanghai
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... where we made our friends purchase the tickets by themselves and show us which train to catch, which was correct only to get a train that even more crowded than before, it's something that when you live in quiet little Adelaide, this is something you have to experience!! We walked along the pedestrian mall back to the hotel, we had to finish packing our bags as we were leaving ultra early again for the Fast Train to Ningbo. Another late night but a great ...
... road and I like it because of all the shops and the Bund because of all the ships and tall buildings.
My least favorite thing is the smells, it smells like sewage in some areas we walked around in Shanghai.
I like our hotel the best, because it has a good view and I just like it.
... day, I don't think I missed out on much. I spent the rest of the afternoon browsing the galleries at the Shanghai Museum. Not quite what I expected, each gallery holds a different collection of Chinese artifacts including coins, furniture, paintings, calligraphy, jade, seals, and ceramics, among others. It dawned on me during my visit exactly why it is that ceramics are often referred to as 'China'. Even though I made my best attempt to have an ...
... and have her photo taken with them. Usually they offered to take her picture with me but Pat's usual reply was, "He's way up ahead there." Not intentionally mind you I was just strolling and enjoying Shanghai life.
The People's Park which was build on the old Shanghai racecourse in 1952, offered visual calm as no traffic could be seen, just a rumbling was all. This is where the Shanghai Museum is located and we spent time on the ...
... which are important religious relics. Both Buddhas were brought from Burma in 1882. They are striking in that they were carved from the same piece of white jade. Both are painted and encrusted with emeralds and other precious stones. The larger of the two pieces sits upright. The smaller piece is reclining. More about the Buddhas later….We enter the courtyard of the temple and are immediately overcome by the intense aroma of incense and burning ...