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... Shanghai lies at the end of the Yangzi River.
Our first stop in Shanghai is in the TianZiFang neighborhood. Near the French Concession it is a network of narrow streets and alleys with well-preserved examples of old shikumen buildings which have been restored and are now home to cafes, bars and shops. This area was originally built in the 1930's. It was a very charming area to stroll around in.
Our next stop was at Yu Garden. It's traditional ...
... talk the agent into upgrading me so that I could fly with Renee. Of course that fell on pretty deaf ears. We gave the agent a box of chocolates anyway, which did brighten him up a bit as he bode us farewell to the oblivion of coach. We stopped off for some breakfast sandwiches. Renee got one from the unknown random airport restaurant and I stuck with the name brand Wendy’s. I had never had one of their breakfast sandwiches ...
... China in a whole has been and experience for me(Kev). I have found the people here at times very ignorant and cheeky. There are many things about China which I think back home we would benefit from. The security guards in the communal areas don't allow anything untoward to take place(Feet on Walls, Sleeping on benches,Dropping litter and the sort.) Just wished they would do the same about spitting.
I have found the Traffic Systems and the ...
... I know little about. A quick return to the train station, avoiding crazy begging old ladies, and we were on our way.Off to the French Concession. By this time, my feet were beginning to suffer. Maybe suffe isn't the right word. It's always the way at the beginning of summer that jandals tear your feet apart the first time you wear them. This was the case. Applied the usual band aid technique and kept walking. Xintiandi is a supposedly new to the area, ...
... night in Shanghai ever. I ended up going to a foreigner bar. This
was a bad idea on my first night in China. Maybe in 5 months a place like this
will be welcoming to me but not on the first night. I got some pasta and a beer
and got out of there.
When I got back to my room, my roommate Larry was there. We
chatted for a while. He’s a really nice guy and we ended up hanging out a lot during
the orientation week ...