Renaissance Shanghai Zhongshan Park Hotel
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... fender, or flattened anything!! Electric scooters and bikes are the norm here, zipping in and out and in between busses sometimes disappearing from our bus window, only to reappear as it shoots out in front of your bus.
On Saturday morning Barbara and I and half of China decided to stroll the Bund which is a very wide promenade the overlooks the river. It must extend for over a mile and we walked just about the length of it. It was a ...
... the Fairmont Peace Hotel, which is just across the road from the Bund, in the heart of Shanghai. This is a beautiful old Art Deco hotel. The rooms are large and more like an apartment - even have a T V in the bathroom.
After dinner we ventured out to see the night lights. This was an experience as it is a three day public holiday weekend to sweep the graves of dearly departed, so there ...
... proved to be the same the entire time I spent here.
No one makes eye contact or smiles as you pass them on the street, or on the trains, or anywhere else. They don't start up a conversation wanting to know where you are from and how long you will be in the country. There are no beggars asking for money and you don't have to be wary of someone always trying to scam you. There are no touts calling out to you to use or buy their products or services. But, ...
... tapped me on the back and say "excuse me mum, Your legs are beautiful" She smiled and walked into the open stall. Me, stunned does the same and as I go to wash up she says "my friends tell me I am a twigg, you my dear are a tree and I am envious"..Thank you ethiopian woman for the backhanded yet sincere comment...I think? Only me. We all at this point were tired and both Pete and Nicole fly out tomorrow, so we said our goodbyes and headed to our separate hotels. It was a good ...
... sheer willpower and determination, I made it through my Chinese final and my research paper for US-China relations and made it to the end of the academic semester. As a reward, Educasian took us to a Acrobat show at the end of the week to celebrate the end of the semester. We were dazzled by a magician, a juggler, aerialists, gymnasts, and a troupe of hatcrobats. The show was spectacular, and I wish I had pictures to show you. Photography was forbidden in the theater, though, and ...