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... this post later after our tour. It was a very rainy day in Shanghai but we had fun nonetheless. Our guide, Iris, suggested we attend the Acrobatics show instead of the river cruise considering the weather. Otherwise, our schedule was as above. We had a family of five with us from New Hampshire with their niece and two adopted children, Sierra and Hunter. Viola got on well with ...
... shops in the market as well while walking through the adjacent gardens. The tang bao in the market had straws to drink the soup and there were lots of fried and baked goods that were delicious! I wish I had enough of an appetite to try everything.
Our evening stop was at the bund. We read about some of the historical buildings along the port and went back in the evening to see the lights from the boats ...
... part of the top, then she would hold on to me very tightly!
After sitting in the Starbucks in that hotel sipping my coffee for a while, Shan decided she needed something to eat. So we bought some snacks. She had her first yoghurt since arriving China and she was so happy!
We had another great dinner at another grand restaurant, right next to the Nanpu bridge. Or it appears to be, as it is so big and ...
... across the river in Pudong. The Bund is a famous street in Shanghai which has old colonial buildings that are lit up at night. It was a great night for strolling and taking in one of the most modern cities in the world.
The next day we woke up to pouring rain. We decided to eat lunch and try and wait out the rain. It was still raining so we grabbed umbrellas and headed ...
... to Sydney in the evening!
Sunday 14th October 2012
We woke and did the usual washing, packing, check-out ritual and then headed out to see some of Shanghai’s museums. We knew the museum in People’s Square was free entry & fairly close by so we went there first. Gotta say we’re entirely sick of security checks by now – my god do the Chinese love their metal detectors & x-ray scanners! Anyway I ended up having ...