Riverside Hotel Shanghai (Qing Shui Wan)
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... to and have to please to receive favour. We then headed off to a quick visit to the Shanghai museum, the fountain out the front has a map of Shanghai as the base. And water spouts that were programmed to music. We didn't go inside, but then headed to Nanjing Road East, this is a pedestrian road in part and a huge shopping district. It has a 1km stretch closed to cars but many motorised trams and trains that will take you from one end to the other to save your legs. ...
... lift travels at 9.1metres per second and takes 45seconds to travel 88 floors. Apart from ears popping you do not feel a thing. Being a clear day ( unusual) the 360 degree views were spectacular. After lunch along with thousands of Chinese holiday makers we preambled along The Bund. This was the financial centre of the Far East. It is considered the city's symbol since the 1920s. It is often referred to as the 'museum of buildings', ...
... as our air con had broken in the bedroom & it’s really warm, so he was really tired (and a few beers then helped him sleep!). Temperatures are around 28-30 degrees at the mo, hotting up to 36 degrees on Tuesday, 18 at night. Thankfully our A/C is now working again.
Sunday morning Andy met up with Bruce who moved to Singapore and was here for the weekend, he was going to kindly give Andy his pushbike, as well as giving us the scooter, but ...
... in Chicago to go through passport control, a mad dash to find our bags which were on the floor somewhere by the luggage terminal, a few minutes in customs to almost-miss our flight while rechecking the bags only to find out the flight was delayed. We got to our gate and Josh bought a last magnet, this one for Chicago. He buys a magnet at each city we travel to - our refridgerator shows off our trips to Seattle and every city visited on the honeymoon cruise. Most of ...
... quite thick (it has been like this for a few days now!). We didn't really know where to go but headed towards what we thought was the village. We were approached by William, a boy who looked 12 but reckoned he was 29! For 100 yuan he would guide us round. For the equivalent of $20 we thought this was a good idea. Zhujiajiao is like Venice with canals crossed by quaint bridges and narrow streets with vendors selling all manner of curiosities. It was extremely crowded in ...