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... them looked well into their nineties and had seen it all, playing at that hotel for decades and performing for pretty much every major politician and world leader imaginable over the years. We did our best to dress up for the fancy occasion, but three was no ignoring my very, very creased shirt...it's not easy looking smart after living out of a backpack for 2 months with no iron.
Despite loving the architecture on the Bund, the real highlight of Shanghai ...
... and listening to music. The lights were switched off at 10 but I thought they might be so had luckily got ready for bed. I would not want to be weeing in the dark in that smelly hole in the floor they call a toilet. So I listened to some audiobook and eventually fell asleep. I was woken a few times by the screaming child below, or the gurgly snores below, or a sudden freaky jerk of the train. All in all though it was a completely fine ...
... the Pudong side of the river called the Super Brand Mall. It was a massive, modern 6-story shopping complex with brand name stores from all over the world. It was decorated for Christmas and filled with shoppers. Ding Tai Fung did not disappoint- the dozens of dumplings were amazing as so were the sesame noodles, the pork and vegetable wontons and canton vegetables that I ordered. The fried rice was just ok, but that wasn't the purpose of ...
... English Business majors and spoke fairly good English. They were very excited
to practice their English on us. We asked where they headed and said to a Chinese festival. We asked if we could follow them, said yes. They talked all the way there, telling us about them and asking questions about us and America. When we got to the festival, it was actually a tea ceremony. went into a ...
... at 8:38am. We rode the high speed train who's top speed is 298k/h. As we left the station we were bombarded by about 50 people trying to sell us tours of the city. It was very overwhelming. We got a little lost but managed to make it to the main area. I must say this city is not the Venice of the East as they proclaim to be. Maybe 10-20 years ago but not anymore. It was dirty and construction everywhere. Half the canals were blocked or paved over. We saw ...