Ramada Pudong Shanghai Expo
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... to the small (by Chinese standards) city of Xi'an. Xi’an, a city of 8 million people is home to the Terracotta warriors. This train was the simplest of all the trains we would take. There were no compartments, just walls with bunks that hang out into the corridor. We didn’t find anyone who spoke a word of English on this train; fortunately the trail left at 9:00pm so we just opted to go to bed ...
... 39;, Courier, monospace; font-size: 12.800000190734863px; line-height: normal;">So I have to say "good night".
Oh...Gracie is having a wonderful time. She is tired of all the locals staring at her though. And when they hear her speak perfect English...that gets all the mumbling going!!!
Today we got to have a sleep in as we weren't required to be downstairs in the lobby until 0900hrs. First thing on today was a bus ride to the tallest building in Shanghai, the locals call it the bottle opener as that's what it looks like. Apparently it's owned by the Japanese. Shanghai World Financial Centre is what it's name is. This building back in 2007 was the second tallest building in the world. The Building is 493 metres tall and we went to ...
Being on you own in Shanghai does change mainly one thing, you're suddenly more often apporached for massages or tea ceremonies... However the city has lot to offer even if its raining for a couple of days.
In Shanghai allein unterwegs zu sein, verändert v.a. eines: plötzlich wollen einem alle eine Massage oder eine Teezeremonie anbieten... Die Stadt hat jedoch viel zu bieten, auch wenn es für ein paar Tage ...
... Yum yum yum!! We then got into the train station for about 0645 after going through the security lines and sat down to chill out before our train. It got to 0725 and we hadn't seen anybody move to go through the barriers so we went up to the security guard to ask and they told us that the train had gone - PANIC!!!
I had my UKCAT exam in 9 and a half hours and I was scared we wasn't going to make it. One of the women that worked at the train station came up to us ...