Travel Blogs from Kunshan
... Peter, and the Smiths got two others. The train was reasonably clean. Left exactly on time, and to our delight was travelling at an average speed of 230 Kms/hr. There weren't a lot of stops en route and we were interested again to see all the construction. In what appeared to be rural and remote areas forests of these huge tower complexes were under construction.
The tracks were constructed of continuous rail and it was a very smooth and comfortable ride.
... and won with a time of around 42 seconds being her fastest lap. I was very proud of GB not sure JB would've been considering the other girls didn't hold a driving licence between them. I won the boys race against Marty and Matthew in a time of 36 seconds. We all had a great laugh and for Tracy & I it was a great build up for the Shanghai F1.
Next was the Shanghai F1 which we travelled down to on the Bullet Train reaching speeds of 303KM/h. It took ...
... here three times during our stay in Shanghai and enjoyed all the dishes we tried with the exception of one. They also had a little store that you could buy stuff to take home, and they had some good cookies we picked up.
A few other highlights from our time in Shanghai:
A large park called People's Square was nice to walk thru that also had some museums and galleries. We opted to only visit The Shanghai Museum which turned out to be free. ...
... him who is the picture of and he laughed because, of course, I'm from the USA, so I should know every famous basketball player out there. I don't watch basketball so I didn't know who the picture was of. I would have totally recognized Kobe or Shaq's face. After all the icebreakers we formed a group and walked around. My buddy and I went to a restaurant for some food with 2 other buddy pairs and exchanged information about our cultural differences. I ...
... open and the mom ran off the metro. "Wow," I thought. "How very nice/civilized of her to try to find a bathroom for her child instead of letting them just pee on the metro floor and act like it's no big deal." That's when I noticed that the mom hadn't run far. She was actually just outside the metro doors...holding her child over a drainage grate in the metro station floor. Her child finished its business and she even managed to run back onto the metro before we left ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center