Rainbow Hotel Shanghai
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... for a nap.
Wu picked us up a few hours later, and we headed to Nanjing Road. This is a popular pedestrian street with more mainstream shops (e.g. H&M). It reminded me of our very own Pearl Street in Colorado but with much more colorful characters and more modern buildings lining the street. Sebastian was obsessed with riding the little train that was going back and forth along this street. After trying a Korean rice patty (which was slightly gross), we hopped in ...
... used to this!! I spent Sunday at West Lake. It is a really beautiful area Unfortunately the weather didn't really cooperate. As you can see in the pictures ... it was a bit foggy. Makes it hard to see where the lakes stops and sky starts. Makes for a couple of cool pictures ... but still would have preferred a clear day. I remember watching a news program (60 minutes or something like that) a month or so back about extensive building ...
... they’ll smoke if its smoking or not. Anyway, I went in all optimistic etc etc saying that I could sleep anywhere, noise didn’t affect me, I sleep really quickly anyway. Karma. I think I got about 2 hours sleep total—it’s now obvious why sleep deprivation is used as a torture method, no joke.
We then got straight off the train and hiked up steps up a mountain for 8km to get to our hostel which was, naturally, at the top of ...
On March 8th we took a bullet train (with a top speed of 249 km/h!) from Nanjing to Shanghai. After meeting Feixia's uncle for a very brief 10 minutes before he rushed off on a work trip we took a bus into the centre of Shanghai. March 8th is 'womens day' in China and the shops ...
... task when only one type of bank will change them and it's the national holiday so most of these are closed!) and book some train tickets (again not so easy when your hostel doesn't know where you can, the LP sends you to a grumpy lady with zero English and the tourist office gives you a little slip of paper with an address but no directions!). We managed to get all of this done by about lunch time though - prompting a celebratory dance in the middle ...