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... mind, though, The Bund is an area in Shanghai that was once owned by the British. It is a high end area, with shopping, nice restaurants and nightlife. Once we placed our order at the M, we went out on the adjoining balcony to see the views of Shanghai. Spectacular! We were overlooking the Huangpu River, and it was lined with tall buildings, all seemingly with some kind of neon or LED lights on the sides. Our new local guide, Joyce, showed us the ...
... mall. KG shoes, Z&V, D&G and a snoopy display, randomly. We found ourselves standing outside of an Apple store so like techno scavengers we pretended to browse the goods (no iPhone 6 sadly) but secretly use their internet. Firstly it was in Chinese script so first fail. Next fail- we were caught. A blue Apple t-shirt wearing assistant came over to see if he could help. No point in lying I simply said 'we're lost. Can you help'. Two minutes later with directions ...
... We only spent about thirty minutes there because we had to swing by Yu Gardens before our dinner with Mr. Beal. Yu Gardens is the old downtown of Shanghai from the days when it was a little fishing village that was beginning to grow larger and it has been recently restored. It was a massive maze of old style Chinese buildings that was packed with people; there was no personal space. There were little specialty shops, high end shops, and food stands (Howard tried to ...
... with hong kong in my opinion!
in the evening we went to a chinese acrobatic performance which literally blew my mind! i couldnt believe how good it was! up there with cirque de soliel (if thats how you spell it!!)!
got an early night ready for a 6am meet in the lobby to properly explore shanghai tomorrow!
... is required. First we would pay a visit to the traditional Chinese markets near the Yuyuan Park. Beautiful Chinese qualities shops – some aren't J - and the world famous Chinese decorations could not be missed in this area. China is getting prepared for their New Year – Spring festivals – starting February 9th, and will last for 14 days (later more information about these celebrations!) and so you know it! A few hours later, we were strolling down ...