Garden Inn Shanghai Gonghexin Road
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... have a touchpad at the customs agent’s desk to rate your satisfaction with his/her service. The airport has free luggage carts. All the cabs are older model Volkswagens.
Pearl Tower - Go up up up. Inside big ball. Take a picture.
Shanghai History Museum Wax Figures - Go find baby chicken.
Yuyuan Gardens - Feed fishies. More turtles.
Having never traveled across the International Date Line, I wasn't prepared ...
... she told us is that they don't eat much rice in China as it takes up too much room which they need so they can have more of the good stuff. Makes sense to me. One of the places we went had very tasty ribs, they would give lone star ribs a run for their money.
The Thursday morning Phoebe had us booked in for a tour of the Bund. This is a popular tour for tourists to do and it is very interesting. The bund was originally a British settlement so along it there ...
... of the day. At the No. Food Store, we had a CROWD of people around us whenever we stopped. In hindsight, I wished I had Darren take a photo of it when it happens because I’m sure you’d think I was exaggerating. Some are happy to dote at a distance or make some gestures to get her attention but sometimes it’s hard to walk away because people can get so insistent. Carrying her in a Chinese baby carrier attracts comment too.
So I don’t think ...
... afternoon we go to another city (the Venice of China) to stay with some Australians. We'll be back.
G: The Phoenix Hostel arranged excellent transfer from the airport, so we got there quickly but clueless about our location. Awake before anything opened on Saturday, I wandered around the neighborhood, looking for the subway station and making a map along the way. At the subway, it looked ...
... purpose and organisation of the Chinese, because even amongst the rest of the floors with their 360 3D cinemas of the major building projects, art exhibitions, and urban living innovations, there was also a slightly sinister feel as they described the 'future replacement' of small villages and canal towns with purpose built commuter new towns serving the Shanghai area 'with full co-operation of the local fishermen, farmers and other residents'. I very much doubt that somehow!