Hua Ting Guest House
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Got through Chinese customs (after a 14 hr flight), which was a bit scary. The men were silent as they processed everything. Got photographed and stored in the Chinese database.
Walking out of the terminal was like being in a movie. There was the roped off parts for the people arriving, and swarms of others yelling and holding signs. We got harassed a bit, but got to Alex's family, and went home. Alex's mom made lasagna, ...
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I spent much of my Christmas haunting the Jing An' area of Shanghai, around 1000 Nanjing road, looking at places where the 1% hang out and shop. Christmas time in Shanghai is a beautiful time to walk down Nanjing road and experience the lights, decorations, the Christmas songs, the shoppers with satisfied facial expressions, knowing that they bought something nice for a loved ...
... us to the panda preservation park. We get there early enough just when the feeding starts. There aren’t many tourists and the kids are loving it. The pandas are in large enclosed spaces with trees and places to stroll and are grouped by aged. We see more than 20 pandas in different age groups. It’s a great experience. The park is nicely done and describes (in English!) the habitat, feeding habits and mating. We walk around the park for 4 hours. It’s lovely to ...
I loved staying in Shanghai at the salvo hotel and I had a great time visiting markets, Walmart, skyscrapers, and many museums. The cities and buildings are quite different in Shanghai and look a lot older. On the streets it's pretty different because there is ...
... shuttle bus that takes people to the airport throughout the day. To get this though, involved crossing over to completely the other side of the city to where my bus had dropped me. When I initially got off the bus I asked people where I could catch the first of two buses that would eventually take me to the airport shuttle. Language of course was a ...