Ramada Pudong Shanghai Expo
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My first international flight. wow. First I was excited to be on a huge jet liner and then we just took off over the pacific ocean - kind of a crazy sight. Apparently I was given an aisle seat but when I got to my row a nice Chinese man motioned that he wanted to switch. so I got a window seat, pretty sweet, except it was on the biggest wing I've …
... wasn't feeling brave enough, the locals eat in the tiniest of places. Plastic chairs & tables with an open kitchen at one end with usually an old lady cooking on a wok. Menus are all in Chinese too so I haven't got a clue what I'm ordering....western food it is. After dinner rosa takes us to her old local jazz club (cotton club), it's set back in what looks like a shopping centre. We would have never found it. It's gone midnight and we walk into a crowded smoky place with a mix ...
... tickets for the shittest possible seats on the train, that's what we ordered! But she was having none of it, so I simply followed Josh's example,so there was me and josh on the top bunks and around 6 or 8 on the bottom two I couldn't keep track to be honest they kept going in and out all night, I swear one went out for 4hours, and I thought he had gone, he then turned up again, and sat down, I had no idea where he had been it wasn't like he was taking in the views there ...
... is super nice! We stopped to see Jenny. You see many DVD stands on the side of the road. Whether they're all legal is questionable though. While we were standing there talking to Jenny, these other Americans came by and we started talking to them. We stood there for quite awhile comparing stories of Shanghai! I then headed back home because it was getting late and I had to get up early this morning! :-)
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... the Pearl Tower before walking throughout the rest of the district (if we make it to bungee-jumping in Hong Kong, the Pearl Tower is about the same height as the jumping tower). My favorite building is the Shanghai World Financial Center (the one that looks like a bottle opener).
During the afternoon we walked down East Nanjing Road, which is very similar to the Magnificent Mile in Chicago (or a ...
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