Sofitel Shanghai Sheshan Oriental
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... first roller coaster and soon enough we were strapped in at the back of this Chinese version of Top Gun. We were not disappointed, it was so exhilarating! We went on a few more rides including the ferris wheel where we had beautiful skyline views of Shanghai. The rest of our time in Shanghai was spent in mostly the touristy areas of Nanjing Road, The Bund and walking around the new and upcoming 'Cool Docks'. ...
... provided by the Da Ke Ding pictured here also. The building has a round top and a square base, symbolizing the ancient Chinese perception of the world as "round sky, square earth (1).
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... their daily services. The chanting was like nothing I've heard before. Quite a moving experience. Unfortunately, our time there was limited since we were already late catching up with our group, but I would have loved to have been there listening for longer. Our last stop of the day was at the Longjin Tea Plantation. Yes, there's lots of tea in China and today we're in one of the main tea producing areas. The cool thing here was that we actually got to see tea growing on the ...
... in particular with its glittering balls and changing lights is really something to look at.
Day 226: Friday 31st August 2012
As I'd only really got a taste of it on Wednesday with Michael I headed back to the French Concession, a few stops on the Metro down from East Nanjing. First stop was Sun Yatsens former residence. A very prominent figure in the revolution that eventually overthrew the century's old dynasty system, replacing it with a republic ...
... local vendors that weave through and over natural canals that encompass the village. We took a boat ride through the main canal, under various stone bridges, and got to see what they call a "Chinese Venice". It was beautiful and authentic, and nothing like anything we've ever done before.
After a quick lunch at a yummy local restaurant, we headed to the zoo to see the Giant Pandas and the Red Pandas. They were absolutely adorable! Okay, maybe not quite as ...