Shanghai Hunan Hotel
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... this was a towpath for dragging barges of rice and has gradually transformed into a grandiose sweep of the most powerful banks and trading houses in Shanghai as well as designer retail shops and great restaurants. At night, the whole Bund is illuminated. The buildings across the water did not exist 26 years ago. Then it was rice paddies and rural housing. Pretty amazing to think when you look at the skyscrapers there now.
(13,167 steps (6.61 miles) walked today)
... next to me and take up all my space. Bonus if he could also sneeze and hack up a lung from time to time. Woosh, I fished my wish. That is exactly what I got. The gentleman was very nice but he was 6’2” if he was an inch and was suffering from what I could only imagine was Ebola or at least seasonal allergies. To add insult to injury there was something wrong with the AC and it was set to the “germinate ...
... passing you from both sides on level crossings even when their lights are on red. Take nothing for granted.
One thing you don't see here which is nice are drunks at night causing hassles.
It is not tolerated.
Overall China has been an eye opener and I have had some amazing experiences. Sitting in the Hostel on our last night before we fly to Hong Kong I can honestly say I am looking forward to a break to re charge.
Hong Kong here we come!!!!!
... there. Afterwards the Lonely Planet recommended we walk to the French concession West. Bad idea. Que walking and walking and walking for nearly an hour to discover that the journey was more important than the destination. In fact there really wasn't a destination. The French Concession West isn't really that engaging. It is interesting to see how many people live here though. Finally found a subway station and caught a train back to East Nanjing road as ...
... He ended up going to a city called Harbin
which is way way up north by Russia.
The next day we hopped on the subway and got off at peoples
square, a sort of park in the middle of Shanghai. We walked by an area in the
park where older Chinese people were sitting around with signs with long
stories on them. Larry realized he had seen this in a documentary or something.
Its literally parents or grandparents trying to find ...