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Got up from the Radisson Blu Hotel. A beautiful day in Shanghai. We went to Roof 325 in the Racing Club for breakfast, but there wasn't a very extensive menu so we hand cheesecake (at 69 RMB!) and I had ginger and lemon hot tea. Then went shopping in the Fake Market in Nanjing Road West, followed by fish and chips and ...
... I declined.
After the pedicures we walked around the whole mall trying to decide on where to eat. Renee wasn’t feeling particularly adventurous and I wasn’t really up for the challenge of cooking quite yet. There were a lot of places to choose from and I took a couple of pictures of the ones I refused to go to. Sadly we wound up back in the bubble of the hotel and ate dinner at the same restaurant we had breakfast in. We ...
As Promised. Our encounter when we arrived in our Cabin for the overnight journey to Shanghai.!!!!!!
On one of our beds there was a Chinese guy asleep. When we woke him up he soon realised what he was up to.Cheeky sod chancing his arm.
He had no ticket for our bunk and soon cleared off. Think he seen the look on my face and thought better of it.
Anyway. Here was the next surprise. Its a 4 bed cabin. We had 2 beds on the ...
... it is one of Shanghais most trendy areas with tree lined streets filled with cafes, bars and restaurants. This was a great place just to sit and people watch - but even here, as we sat with our drinks, people were taking photos of us, which surprised me in a city such as Shanghai!!
After an hour back at the hotel (where we thought we had better start packing!) we were out again - this time to our last show, and apparently the best one in ...
... only a couple screaming babies on the planes. None the less the twenty or so hours of traveling took it out of me and by the time I got to the Shanghai airport, I was so excited to have completed my journey. I had only one last thing to do, get to the hotel.
All the signs in the Shanghai airport had English so navigating was easy enough. I saw signs for the Maglev (one of the only trains in the world that floats on magnets and ...