Riverside Hotel Shanghai (Qing Shui Wan)
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... cook the food of the floor... Home from home we ended up in McDonalds... Even that didn't taste great! Our next and last day in Shanghai we become proper tourists for the day.... We went on an open bus tour around Shanghai and it was great to see all the little back streets and things you wouldn't of seen before. After that we then went on a river cruise to see both sides of the river which was really good... We went over to the Bunds business side ...
After a bit of confusion we finally arrived at our lovely hotel in Shanghai at 2.30am. Our Wendy Wu tour guide, bless her is waiting for us in the lobby. She has packed us some sandwiches in case we were hungry and we have a beautiful room on the 11th floor. We probably would have been able to sleep anywhere because we were so tired after our early start but after a nice refreshing shower it was was nice to get into bed. The Chinese like the ...
... that I wouldn't have preferred the steak! It was absolutely amazing, and I'm so glad that we went.
The next day we got up and went for breakfast at a bakery, before walking to the Fake Market. Chris wasn't a huge fan of the place, but I think he was very happy with his "Mont Blanc" pens. I unfortunately couldn't find the handbag I was looking for, but it was still fun to look. We then walked down Nanjing Road to the Bund where we got some of the mandatory pictures of the ...
... a convenience store.
We had our first lecture today on the different schools of thought in Chinese society. Kiddos, who remembers the three philosophies? Confucianism, Legalism and Taoism. The Communist Party of China is having a resurgence of the Confucian ideals, since at its core, Confucianism is Humanism (but not exactly Renaissance Humanism)... but rather, establishing social order is necessary. Confucius said that ...
... too, proudly wearing a traditional Chinese dress.
Meanwhile I was proud that despite all the difficulties, we learned pretty quickly to move around the city thanks to the modern and fast transportation system of Shanghai, complete with ticket vending machines and signs in English. We strolled along the Bund, a beautiful area of European-styled buildings along the riverbank, and gazed at the impressive modern skyline ...