Renaissance Shanghai Zhongshan Park Hotel
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... shepherded around by APT!
The rain was worse when we reached the zig-zag bridge and it was a bit of a battle walking across it because of all the umbrellas! We had thought of having lunch in the tea house in the middle of the bridge but we found that it mainly served just tea and both the tea and the accompanying dumplings were outrageously expensive. We finished our sightseeing around the lake and walked back to the adjacent shopping centre. We were approached by a man who ...
... road we had lost the whole group. I didn't have my glasses so the person I was following in the distance was not Sharon after all but a sheikh who was also dressed in white. A quick peruse of the scene made us realise that we had lost everyone and there were no buses or tourists to be seen. We headed back and eventually found our group sitting in this bus waiting for us. Must remember to take my glasses next time! Last night in Shanghai and then it is homeward ...
... the Jade exhibit and the history of calligraphy. The museum also has a wonderful collection of ceramics and porcelain dating from 6000 BC.
I also enjoyed walking through the area know as the French Concession, as it had been featured in novels I had read. After touring the museum, located in this neighborhood, I better understood the discrimination in Shanghai prior to the Japanese invasion in the 1930's. The Europeans ...
... of Xintiandi were lined with restaurants and dance clubs where the beers were expensive and the music was loud. I was surprised to hear familiar songs at every stop. There was a cover band at the first place we went playing a Chinese rendition of Kings of Leons' Sex on Fire. The next bar was more like a rave, but the cover charge included drinks so we bellied up.
... white, entirely snobby. We decided to go to Phebe’s instead on Hengshan road. There the music was better, the club was fuller and the crowd was a mishmash of Chinese, European, American, African and probably many many other nationalities. Nevertheless the lack of variety in the music got to us after a while and we were more than ready to head home and to bed at 3am.
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