Renaissance Shanghai Zhongshan Park Hotel
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... the famous skyline of Shanghai where they were currently in the process of building one of the tallest buildings in the world.
I Moved onto Nanjiang Street, this lead to another area of interest People’s Place and the Shanghai Museum. After quite a few people trying to offer me Watches and “Massages”. Why do they think everybody needs a watch, I mean you maybe have one or two but it’s not something you just buy on a whim, you buy it ...
... who has been working in China for 6 months and hasn't had a good cuppa in ages and another English guy who has been here for 2 years and was gasping for some typical English tea so we had a little tea party. Hehehe I'm so rock and roll... (Pic 19)
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Can someone please tell me what on earth what animal this statue is meant to be? (Final Picture) Answers in the comments please :D
... so far is a steamed dim sim type thing with a savoury sticky rice filling and a salted sticky rice hash brown - carbohydrate heaven. The supermarkets are everything I hoped they'd be - plum flavoured watermelon seeds, cucumber flavoured chips, 'thick' flavoured instant noodles and shrink wrapped, ready to eat chicken feet. The people here have been very friendly and helpful and while I don't want to put it all down to travelling with a baby, it has ...
We walked around the French Concession area and up and down Huaihai Rd a lot during our visit. Huaihai Rd is a main road full of shopping and traffic. Most of the stores along this street are names that include: Rolex, H&M, ZARA, and Nike. It's unreal how many high end watch stores there are on this road, there has to be at least a dozen. On one of our walks we went into Parksons, a multi-level shopping mall, to do some ...
... the inspiration for willow patterned china.
Back on the bus to cross the great Nanpu Bridge for a tour of the Pudong district, the region put aside in 1990 for redevelopment to entice foreign investment and drive the city into the 21st century. Here we went up the Jin Mao tower, the 2nd tallest building in the world. To the 88th floor in about the same time as it took us ...