Ramada Hotel Shanghai Wujiaochang
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Today was an extremely early start at 4.45am which is the earliest a lot of us have ever woken up. We started our morning with a breakfast buffet then traveling to the airport for an early flight to Shanghai.
Once we arrived after the 2-hour flight, we were reunited with our first ever tour guide in China, Rachel. Our first stop of the day …
We went to have something to eat after getting passed the customs, and I went with Mr Wang and Ms Dunn because Mr Wang said he knew a place where the food they make were at a high standard from past experiences. I chose to eat a Jamon Croissant and then Mr Wang’s teacher friend Kevin (from Clifton Hill Primary School) and his assistant Susan …
... to take a group picture. Within seconds, Chinese people swarmed in with their cameras and were taking pictures of all of us as if we were on the red carpet of a movie premiere. Woman would rush to come put their babies in the picture with us and some of us, myself included, I guess were interesting enough Americans that we were grabbed by the arm several times, needing to be in people's personal photos. I have never ever ...
... club class on a flight really, plenty of space and very comfy. We enjoyed sitting there watching the world go by, listening to music and reading books.
Our friend Dale who had just moved to Shanghai from Beijing, had arranged for his driver to collect us at the station which was very nice, so we didn’t have to worry about finding where we were going. We arrived at our apartment booked through www.wimdu.co.uk (click to see the apartment), which was ...
... West. We later discovered that this road is dubbed as the number one commercial shopping street in China. I haven't seen every shopping street in China, of course, but I think it would be a challenge to outdo this one. The length of this street is covered by about 5 subway stops; you can certainly walk it, like we did, but we were so tired by the end of the day so it might be easier to hop on and off the subway. I was in heaven and agony all in the same day. At the west end of the ...