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Travel Blogs from Shanghai
... as promised by Rocky!
Our first stop after about 2 hours of driving was The Master of the Nets Garden in Suzhou. It is among the finest gardens in China. It is recognised with other classical Suzhou gardens as a UNESCO world heritage site. The garden demonstrates Chinese garden designers' adept skills for synthesising art, nature, and architecture to create unique metaphysical masterpieces. The Master of the Nets is particularly regarded among ...
... and off all day. Visiting the bund, a very beautiful place, as well as seeing all sides of shanghai rich and poor. I even saw a Tesco and an M&S!! (A bit of home!) After a French lunch, (breaking from the Chinese) we jumped in a taxi, ( which are so cheap, no more than £3 to go wherever!) and headed to the Times Square of shanghai. We decided to go to cloud 9, a bar on the 87th floor ...
1. Why any city south of the Yangtze River doesn't have a heating system in their houses because in the summer it gets REALLY hot...however it is snowing right now?? (Good thing I was nosy yesterday and found out how to get our heat in our room working! ) =)
2. People are smoking indoors!
3. Everyone double dips! ...at restaurants we use our chopsticks to grab food from the communal bowl on the table ...
... into the shopping centre and found a good old steakhouse called City Bull and had the most tasty steak and chips!! We just about licked our plates. We went back to Apple and they had done a backup but could still not fix the iPad but they had managed to remove the password & gave us an address of somebody who might be able to help us. By this time it was too late to go to this other place so ...
... or soup dumplings.
After dinner, we went to the waterfront across from the Bund, and by now it was dark, so the boats were all lit in different bright colors. It was still warm and humid, but there was a nice breeze to keep us comfortable. I looked around me and thought about how the Bund might have looked in the 19th century when it first became a major financial hub.
Shanghai weather: high of 93 degrees
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services