Quanji Hotel Shanghai Lujiazui Babaiban
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... We walked down these alleyways which had bamboo umbrellas raised in the air between the two buildings of these narrow alleyways. There were touristy boutique shops in there, which had everything from special fruit teas to the souvenirs you’d find at most markets. Natalie and I really enjoyed this walk down there, walking through the specially decorated places. It was definitely set up for tourists, and the amount of people there certainly showed it ...
... option is to follow all the same steps but instead of going to a taxi you try and find your way via the city’s metro system. There are thirteen different train lines with over four hundred stops. If you are a city person you may not find this as daunting and certainly not as dangerous as a cab ride. Once you figure out where your closest Metro station is and board the train in the right direction, you will most likely need to ...
... Jade statues, coins and paintings which dated back up to 6000 years. Back in around 200BC they had little swords and spades as currency, check out the pictures to see what I mean. After spending a good few hours looking round I sauntered back to the hostel. When I got back I got talking to one of my roommates, Adam from San Diego, USA; it turned out he was working in china and had missed his flight back so was just killing a day working. He could speak Chinese so we ...
... stay over at the railway station. I claimed a nice little piece of real estate next to a coffee shop to access their free wifi and all was fine and dandy until some Chinese guy started talking to me. I immediately thought he was trying to scam me, as it is not normal for locals here to randomly approach foreigners and engage in casual conversation. He spoke Mandarin, and I do not, so it made for very ...
... a true "wet market", which is an open market with many vendors selling fresh fruit, meat, seafood and other eats of sorts. There was a tree growing through the floor and roof, and my favorite sight was the black ink squid. It was just a few white squids in a Styrofoam box, but they were covered in jet black ink. Pretty cool looking, and I tried to snap a photo but the merchant gave me the stink eye.
Sunday we went to the Shanghai Brewery ...