GreenTree Inn Shanghai South Station Express Hotel
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... s faces only added another dimension to our overall enjoyment of our trip to view the Terra-Cotta Warriors.
CHANGING, CROSS ROADS, MAKING THE BEST OF FORCED RELOCATION
It only takes an hour and a half to fly from Xi'an to Chongqing, but it's a whole different focus.Chongqing is the seat of a special Chinese municipality and contains about four million of ...
... tranquille à un distributeur. A partir de l’aéroport
international de Pudong, on prend le métro, ligne 2 puis 10 pour arriver
jusque l’université de Tongji (le « main campus »). Entre temps fait
super chaud donc je profite de mes yuans tout frais pour me payer un
coca à un distributeur. Non seulement il était chaud mais en plus
secoué. Je me suis un peu arrosé… Dans le métro, c’est marrant (ou pas)
il y a ...
... in Shaghai in style, on the MagLev train which took us at 400 km/h (see photograph for proof) from Pudong Airport into the centre of town, and then checked into our hostel.
We spent the first day getting our bearings. Our hostel is a little way out of town so we got the Metro to East Nanjing Road for a little walk around in the afternoon. East Nanjing Road is best described ...
... We watched the lovely dancing, singing and tai-chi on the main path as well as a lone ballroom dancer whilst we ate. Then we headed into the main park, past the huge bronzes of Marx and Engles (surprisingly we saw very few statues in China). We passed the central lake with its water zorbing on it, through the flower gardens and grottoes, onto the open lawn where people were practicing circus style skills- I thought the man balancing 4 or 5 poles on top of each other ...
... and with a lot less nice people to chat to. I liked the experience on the thai trains, everyone was lovely. It was nice to ride on a relatively smooth train for once though. We left at 940pm and arrived at 730am, bang on time, which is a rarity on thai trains! :) What a pain. Arrived in shanghai train station and spent an hour being passed around to different desks, very rudely, as I was wanting to buy my train ticket for hong kong 3nights from now. Finally got somewhere and may 12th ...