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shanghai shanghai.. stayed at nanjing area... it was bad timing as the chinese had a week long holiday.. all the locals from the nearby provinces all went to shanghai and literally packed the nanjing road... but it was really a nice experience to see all the chinos and chinas.. the real ones.. went to the famous pearl orient tv tower and the 2nd …
... Leaving Shanghai was rather fun. We caught the magnetic levitation train, which hits speeds of 430km/hr. It turned a 45 min car drive into a mere 7 minutes. The initial acceleration was very rapid but once we were at full tilt the ride was totally smooth (curtesy of no friction at all), with the only indication of our speed being how quickly we flew past the cars on the road. Next stop: Tijuana -> Mexico City -> 10 hour layover -> Lima (yes this trip is terrible, feel sorry for us ;) ...
... was here for work. So, Lindsey and I were able to spend 3 or 4 days while he was here hanging out with him and showing him a bit of Shanghai. We took him to a hot pot restaurant for his first authentic Chinese meal and he seemed to really enjoy it. We ordered lots of different meats and vegetables for him to try and he seemed to enjoy them all. A few nights later, we took him to a Korean BBQ restaurant that Lindsey read about. It is near our apartment which is good ...
... but we want to go out and do something to get out of the house for a bit. One thing I do miss is the beautiful fall weather. Hearing that the weather back home is like 50 degrees makes me miss it. I haven't seen the weather here below 70 since i've been hear and that includes night time temperatures. At least the humidity isn't as bad as before, but it's still warm. Can't wait for it to cool down.
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... collectively known as the International Settlement - to its north. Here are the Bund, the riverside promenade lined with grand colonial buildings including the Fairmont Peace Hotel and the Shanghai Club, and the city's two main shopping streets; Nanjing Road and Huaihai Road. Pudong, Shanghai's newest district, on ...
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