Jian Gong Jin Jiang
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We left Yangshuo on the 17th for a 2 hour plane ride to Shanghai.
Again the city was very polluted, but the local guide said it was not pollution but fog! More members are getting sick from the air.
We had New York Pizza from a man who lives in Maryland and has opened and owns many business in Shanghai. He only brings real American …
... see, and relax. We plan on going back to the Bund (and seeing it!) soon, maybe this weekend or Monday, before Scott starts his training on Tuesday.
Thanks for reading, happy Friday and weekend,
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... so that helps.
The streets of Shanghai is pretty easy to navigate similar to Beijing but the metro (BJ use the term subway) is not as convenient as that in Beijing.
We had a sumptuous dinner - stir fried fish and tomato egg soup - in a local restaurant in a mall just above the DaShiJie station (near our apartment) before heading back for a rest.
Tomorrow we'll have half a day and lunch before heading to HangZhou for our last night in ...
... pushbikes whizzing by without respect for any kind of traffic signals. A green light and zebra crossing means it is slightly less dangerous to cross the road, maybe. We found some noodles and then spent the day around the People's Square and Bund district in a jet lagged haze. While sitting resting our feet on Nanjing Rd East, a beggar boy was fascinated by our iPhone. We let him play on the phone and it was amazing how he could figure out which bits of ...
... I had ever seen (and seemed very smart for the restaurant to do, seeing as the majority of its visitors were foreigners and putting on any other Chinese station would probably require a basic understanding of the Chinese language to appreciate). Probably the best was when an attractive young lady dropped her wallet and after turning a corner, quickly disappeared behind a bunch of cardboard boxes. The first person to pick up the dropped wallet to return to ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJian Gong Jin Jiang Shanghai
Very good place to stay. Room clean and shower worked.
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