Riverside Hotel Shanghai (Qing Shui Wan)
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... Next day, eager to see the French District and Pudong, I set off for the French District. Being slightly awkward the French did not want to be part of the international district so instead made their own which is slightly illustrated in the architecture. I kind of misjudged quite how far the French district was away so decided to walk. However this did gave me the chance to see the architecture and the also experience the city. On the way I went past the most high ...
... roles right underneath the CEO. After conversing in French and joking around about how hideous the Toronto Maple Leaf’s performance was in the previous Stanley Cup playoffs against the Bruins, they bought us all a round and started to give us some life advice (mind you this was later in the night). "Stay young, always be moving around, don’t marry until age 35, marry a French girl, don’t get stuck in Oklahoma, and move to California ...
... interrupted the first time then twice by machine, 4 x 10 twice by hand and a few coins. And then she did it all again! Now 10 minutes had passed. Just as I was certain she was going to push it under the window toward me she picked it all up again to count it twice more by hand. Surely that wasn't necessary. So hopefully I'll be well again soon to resume my holiday and have more exciting tales to tell. It certainly sux to be in bed with so much on offer ...
... than what the menu said. They then bring out a higher priced menu to show you that the bill is correct.
We went to a Taoist temple inside the Old City called "Shanghai City God Temple". It had some very interesting statues in it. There wasn't much english posted to help give you a better understanding of who or what you were looking at, but it was still fun to see.
From Old Town we walked to The Bund. If you watched The Amazing Race ...
... in the Yuan area that we had visited previously in the day and is lit splendidly at night. The meal was quite bland but we found out that is typical in the provinces near Shanghai, the more spicy meals we had enjoyed on the tour being typical of areas further north and west. Goodbyes were said in the foyer tonight although we did see some at breakfast the next day as our tour party left for different places around the ...