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... tour guide! Alone again we wondered the street and decided we wanted to see the TV Tower. I'll include a picture here so you can see, it's one of the tallest buildings in Shanghai and just pretty darn impressive. We got the Metro here, costing about 30 pence. We wondered around the area as it was like their financial district. Lots of high rise buildings. Before heading back we grabbed a Starbucks and then went along Nanjing Road before heading to the hotel. As ...
Our second day in Suzhou was an early start to head out to Zhouzhuang which is China's No. 1 water town (it would hardly advertise itself as number two....). It is a small town which has a number of waterways and bridges - it is very picturesque. It is also probably the hottest place we have been so far. 10 mins after getting off the bus we were all starting to melt! Zhouzhuang is well known for its pearls. And man ...
... The boats here are more the little Chinese junk style, looking more like Venice than Suzhou. We even had one of the boat men singing his passengers along the canals.
Despite being a small town, there are quite a number of buildings to investigate. The majority were former residences of very rich men. They are all built along the same style which comprises many large rooms, linked by courtyards, each room connected to the main ...
Zhenzhuang is the 2nd canaled city I visited in China. It is supposed to be the most famous water canaled city in China. I didn’t think too much of this city either. It is $20 to enter the historical part of town and I went around the rest of town, which was not much of it. It is a shame that China makes tourism so expensive. It ...
When you are out in the water and away from the crowds, the only sounds you hear are the birds and the water slapping the side of the boat.
Soon the ride was over and we disembarked to find the closest restaurant.
A women and her baby invited us into an open air restaurant along the canal. We ordered off a picture menu.
All of the restaurants have fish tanks and water plants in stainless steel bowls for customers ...
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