Renaissance Shanghai Zhongshan Park Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to be owned by other countries but now China owns them.
This afternoon we ride on the Maglev Train (Magnetic Levitation Train) which accelerates to 430kph. It takes 7 minutes for the train to leave the station and arrive at the airport which is 30km…..incredible, especially when you pass another one on the way. Blink and you miss it!
We visit the Shanghai markets the afternoon and we are very lucky as the rain holds off all ...
... Thirty minutes later I had five-minute noodles to eat. I do have to admit they were the best Ramen Noodles Evah! Well maybe they were and maybe they weren’t but that’s my story…
After lunch I decided to go down to the mall and hit the expat grocery store again to get the Parmesan cheese we couldn’t find at the Carrefour. On the way down I noticed a big pirate ship, which is part of the decorations for ...
... value for money! The weather today is hot and humid. Imagine a misty day in England then turn the temperature up to over 30'C. Shanghai is a city of 23 million people with shiny streets full of designer names and huge shopping malls. Walking down Nanjing road to The Bund is like Christmas with so many lights and so many people out to see them but turning down a side street reveals another side to life. Locals are trying to make a living selling anything and everything. Take ...
... know there is something different about us!
I've no idea where we are. Looking out of the window looks very similar to lots of parts of China we have been through, this really is a vast, vast country!
At some stage we have changed direction and are now travelling in the opposite way! Most of our carriage have got out, but the fascinated children are still here, still staring as they walk past!
... went to chat to Bre's mum, Connie, and help Bre, Amy and Fiona with the colouring of a 'Happy Thanksgiving!' sign. The size and grandeur of the Thanksgiving party was mostly down to Connie, she had done much of the cooking, including the turkey, stuffing, gravy, pumpkin, cherry and apple pies. She had even thought so far ahead as to bring Thanksgiving paper plates and napkins from the US! Connie was fantastic actually, sorting everything out and talking to everyone, she's a ...