Shanghai Green Garden Hotel
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... pick up times and locations happens between iPhones, iPads, translators, and pictures. It's pretty fun to watch, especially when it works!
I was amazed at the modern and well manicured look of Shanghai on our first ride through the city. I expected it to feel like NY, but the only vibe I think we both got was Disney World’s Tomorrowland. We headed to the Pearl Tower to walk around and ride to the top for sweeping views of the city. This is where bizarro world began. ...
... the oldest Temples in Shanghai. We had a chance to walk around the Temple and outside along the street where we had an opportunity to take some photos with local shopkeepers.
Next we were off to the Bund. Its along the western Bank of the Huangpu River. The word Bund doesn't sound Chinese and that's because it isn't. It means embankment and it originates ...
... are beginning to fade and the party has died down, but I know I cant sleep. I have a feeling the last two hours of this thing will suck royally. I am hoping adrenaline will kick in to get me through it but at that point, I still have only had 5 hours of sleep since Thursday and am expecting to crash hard. But, we can't crash right away. We'll get there, then have to go through Customs, get our luggage organize the group to get on the buses, check in to the hotel - all just ...
... to the hotel and again chose for convenience. First lesson I learned in Shanghai- cabs always smell of cigarettes. Second lesson- cab drivers barely understand or speak any English. This we had learned from travel tips received beforehand, so we were prepared with the destination names in Chinese characters before arriving there. It took us about an hour from the airport to the hotel.
Arrived at the ...
... back up..... yes I puked in the dorm room. And made all the more embarrassing when there are two Belgian cocky little sh!ts laughing at you, and a well-intentioned Japanese guy throwing medicine at you (cheers Yoshi!). Anyway, it was swiftly dealt with by the staff who seemed to have a bucket of disinfectant on standby, and they were all cool about it... but even typing this I'm wincing with shame!
The other consequence of the nights activities is that I totally failed to get ...