Wu Gong Hotel
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... road an extremely difficult task! We are starting to realise that the best way to go is just to walk across the road and the bikes will move out of your way. We firstly walked to the People's park, and went to the Urban Development Museum which had a huge to scale model of all of Shanghai, which covered the whole floor on one level. The city is absolutely huge, with towering apartment buildings ...
... at the airport and we were off. I will not bore you with all the details of the day, but here is a brief overview of some of the key points:
While preparing to go through security, we were distracted by a foreign family trying to walk through the "do not enter" doors and bring 5 bottles of unchecked wine on the plane.
We also said a little prayer that the wailing baby behind us in line wouldn't be on our flight (he was not)
Our flight was delayed for ...
... the opposite of Tongli: fully commercialised and as a result, full of tourists. However, it was still really pretty with its many arched bridges worn down by centuries of footprints. Amongst the many commercial shops are lots of tea rooms with little balconies over the canal. We stopped at one but it was far too cold to be sitting outside although a Taiwanese couple arrived and braved the chill. Not for us! We enjoyed the tea ceremony learning how the ...
We missed the memo about it being rainy season here in Shanghai so we didn't have any umbrellas when it started to rain! George found a little shop that sold some cool hard case umbrellas (cheap!) so we all got one as a souvenir.
... 1994 the Shanghai Municipal Government declared the bridge an example of Heritage Architecture, and one of the outstanding structures in Shanghai. In an ever-changing metropolis, the Waibaidu Bridge still remains a popular attraction, and one of the few constants in the city skyline.
There were a number of pretty Chinese girls being photographed in huge dresses some wedding dresses! The bridge gave our first glimpse into the harbour ...