Riverside Hotel Shanghai (Qing Shui Wan)
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- Free parking
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... and today has transformed into new highways new ports new bridges and new office towers
The charm of shanghai is to see the old neighborhoods mixed with new skyscrapers. In five years they have built a new area called Pudong which has become one of the best world class financial districts in asia. Over 300 of the worlds top 500 enterprises have opened branches in Shanghai.
It has grown from a provincial city into ...
... which we decided were our favorites. They were groups of Japanese people carved out of stone and roughly painted with interesting expressions. The groupings and positioning of the people inspired us to take several pictures of them. After several hours enjoying the fresh air and sunshine and more than completing our 10,000 steps for the day, it was time for the long, slow drive back into bustling Shanghai. We will definitely be back to this park again. ...
... br> about Australia’s rich heritage and culture, will clearly be treasured memories
for them too. Afternoon activities are filled with one of the girl’s most favoured
pastimes of Shuttlecock. Another Chinese culture they have successfully embraced,
and mastered. The girls jump around, twisting their feet and legs, defining the
movements of their colourful feathered friends.
With the evening upon them, the girls and Dr Zee take ...
... I looked around the purposefully minimalist decor full of Westerners on business dinners with/without their Shanghai counterparts and thought "F it". What can I do? This guy ain't getting it and I'm hungry. I ordered the cheapest thing on the menu - veggie risotto. It wasn't even good but I wasn't surprised. It was entirely green - the risotto itself and the 3 minuscule flecks of vegetables on top: a piece of broccoli, 3 edamame, and a half a sliver of baby ...
... at the hostel, soaking wet and bloody cold from the walk in the rain from the metro station, I munched away on some hot chips and an awesome club sandwich accompanied by a hot chocolate. My stomach now at ease, I was able to pull out the iPad again and plan my exit, stage left even.
I found a booking site which had a flight to Beijing available, and I could pay with PayPal. Sweet! So I went to add Rah's credit card details to my Paypal account. Oh, what's that you ...