Jinjiang Inn (Shanghai Jujin Road)
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... Shanghai Airlines Travel Hotel was totally adequate. It was no world beater but the Business Suite we booked was certainly comfortable and the breakfast was good. In fact, it was good to be in a mainstay hotel with ordinary Chinese people, rather than a foreigners' tourist hotel.
... all rushing to the westernised toilets as we were not sure what sort awaited us at the next stop. Then onto the busses and off to the next school where are performing a concert. What a wonderful experience this morning. You can go and see some sights and experience the shopping in Shanghai but you cannot put a price on the cultural experience w all shared this morning! -Billy James After our concert today, we had a photo shoot for the school. It started out alright, ...
... and them it went into the finale..Not 1 or 2 but 5 motorcycles in a cage. ONe had his blinker on, pretty sure that didn't matter in this case. It was amazing. Loud, but Ah...mazing! We ended our night at a Turkish restaurant were we had amazing lamb kebobs, hummus and babaganosh. After dinner Marlin, Pete and I headed to the Irish Pub down the Street and had a Chinese Beer in an Irish pub while the Bangles played "walk like an Egyptian". Quite the multi-cultural ...
... toilet in full view of pretty much
everywhere within the room!
We headed out to the Bund that afternoon, and had a look at the Pearl
tower and other buildings along the riverfront. The area was packed with
Chinese tourists, and it was freezing, so we kept moving! We ended up
getting off our bus way too early by mistake, so we had go nice little
walk through downtown Shanghai. That evening went out for some of my
... to get to a famous statue of the city's first mayor and learn three phrases in "Shanhainese" as well. Our group took off in a mad sprint immediately. We used the Shanghai subway to find the statue. A total of about twenty minutes of running in swelteringly humid 90 degree tempreatures later, we were the winners. For winning, we got to pick from a goody bag of pseudo-Chinese coin purses and folding fans that probably came from ...