Anyue Hotel (Shanghai Yejiazhai)
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... to the airport, where we buy some mooncake type pastry to take home. The EK flight is delayed due to WX but pleasant, but my veggie meal was not loaded. They heat one for me and we receive a tour to the business lounge upstairs. In DXB we have 2 hours, grab coffee & wait for the connecting flight. The latter was uneventful, pleasant and relatively ...
... We didn’t buy anything from the malls since. Everything was pretty pricey so we left and wandered the area for another couple hours. After seeing most of the area and walking through a big park with more trees we headed back to the hostel to rest before going to an acrobats show.
Bing maps told me that the acrobats stage was only an hour walk away, but it took us 2 hours to ...
... So some of us headed off to the bar in the hotel where we were eating for a drink of wine and some peanuts while others ate the dinner. We were going to have dinner afterwards and take a taxi back to our hotel but that seemed to be causing some problems, so those of us who just had a drink decided we would go back to out hotel with the rest.
Have to finish here for now, as I need to head to breakfast but did have an interesting evening. More later.
... A lot of my classmates actually left to go back to America this day but I stayed behind because my flight wasn't until the next day. I went solo and explored Shanghai. I really like Shanghai. I think it was one of my favorite cities we traveled to. It was a lot cleaner than Beijing was. I walked along window shopping and came across none other than a huge Nike store. I went in and found out it was FOUR STORIES HIGH. Then I looked ...
... offer. The red line turned out to be mostly stuff we had seen the day before, but it was interesting to hear a bit more about things. We changed onto the green line which went further out of downtown to take in some temples, so we jumped off at the Jade Buddha Temple.
It was a pretty nice Buddhist temple, but what we liked best was the chance to feed the shoal of koi carp in the decorative pond. There were loads of them, in a whole rainbow of colours, and they ...