Jinjiang Inn (Shanghai North Bund)
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... help me. I aired my grievances. She asked me to come in. Thinking she’d misunderstood, I told her through clenched teeth that I had no intention of buying more of their tea, ever. She nodded and motioned me inside. I stepped through the door. After talking to the girl who’d served me, this lady announced that I owed $55AUD for the 6 teas I’d had, pointing to the prices on the menu. Therefore, she would refund me $135AUD on the spot if I deleted ...
... we had an awesome time. There was a part of the track where I always drifted, which was scary at first but a complete adrenaline rush. I think they actually greased that spot so you could drift on purpose... And like I said, if I were to have wiped out with another car, it would have been bad news bears. There was nothing preventing us from falling out of the car or barrelling through the few tired they piled up into the cement. I was going around so fast that I actually made myself ...
... guided you.They were not allowed to move other than in their formations, but everyone obeyed. All very serious. I was very interesting to watch.
The Bund was packed as well with all the army out to help the masses move across the streets. It was great looking across at the Pudong side of the river. I was desperate for someone to talk to and found a poor unsuspecting American woman who was just strolling along. Funny, but she was an English teacher from some ...
... when shopping there is to haggle. No price is set in stone. The first floor sells a random assortment of things like electronics, traditional Chinese clothing, ties, & toys. The second floor sells pearls and a few other types of jewelry. I'm guessing this is why it has the name Pearl City. The third floor has DVDs, fake sunglasses (Oakley, Ray Ban, etc.) and clothing. There were quite a few tailors there offering to custom make clothing. They have catalogs filled with ...
... I was here back in the 1930's.....seriously wish I had a friggen time machine!!!!
Anyway, once we'd finished strolling around, we rested until sunset where we crossed the river & gazed at the amazing light show that the Bund puts on every night....quite spectacular.
Thoroughly knackered, I then went back to my hotel, where after one Qingdao, I was fast asleep.
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