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... for a walk along The Bund, next to the river, along with crowds of locals out for a Saturday night stroll. We enjoyed the flower wall along the river bank, formed by thousands of potted flowering plants, and the amazing view of the skyscrapers on the other side of the river in Pudong.
We returned to the hotel for a cup of coffee (after getting our faulty in-room coffee pod machine replaced) and bed after another huge ...
... This country means business. Guangzhou alone made Australia
look like an ant farm, let alone when you arrive in Shanghai, we just
seem like a small rural town at the bottom of the big bad world
just hanging about. This place is massive.
2. Spitting and pushing is O.K
Anyway when we landed the nice lady that had been sitting next to let me out.. other wise I
think I would have been the last off that plane. When we got outside
to the ...
... for getting on pole position, he took us into the garage for a tour, explaining all the equipment, how they get it there, what everyone does etc. Then he told us to wander up & down the pit lane and he’d meet us back out the front in half an hour. There we were, stood in front of the Mercedes garage, staring across at the empty grandstand, and the start / finish line. Quite surreal.
Off we wandered along the garages, some cars still in ...
Talk about a city with no parallel! It's awe inspiring because of the amazing avenues all bordered by plants, trees, flowers, etc. then you start discovering the buildings, great examples of architecture in grand scale one larger and prettier than the other and that goes on for miles and miles. Our hosts in Shanghai took us to eat to their favorite restaurant and what a great feast we ...
... Things I have learned about Shanghai…1. The best way to see Shanghai is at night. The city is magnificent. The lights radiate off the many skyscrapers and reflect off the River.2. There are actually areas cars drive through that gauge their speed and will issue tickets, the areas closely resemble an i-Pass area. Hopefully America does not invest in one of these areas soon. I'd be ticketed on a regular basis. 3. The food is HORRIBLE, or at least the ...