Jinjiang Inn (Shanghai North Bund)
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... people dancing, singing, and selling stuff.
We had an early start for the train station the following morning. The
train journey was fairly uneventful, Ben was asleep for well over half
of the journey! However, once we arrived in Chengdu, there was insane
crowds trying to get out of the station, resulting in lots of pushing,
shoving and shouting. All a bit scary, so we hung back to wait for the
madness to subside before venturing ...
... leaves and spinning cocoons – fascinating. It has most interesting exhibits of ancient silk patterns.
There are many other gardens one can visit but by 5 pm I was ready to call it a day – tired of battling with all the millions (or so it seemed) of Chinese tourists. I hopped on the bus back to the station and returned to Beijing – got back there at about 7 pm. Had some dinner before returning to my hostel.
... white & blue. Old Glory. I didn't know what to make of it, but my intuition told me it wasn't a compliment.
In the square, we were all targets, but John, 23, 6' tall and full of youthful pluck quickly became the favorite. Individuals would approach him, hit him and run back into the crowd. First one or two, then many at once from any direction in the circle that had formed around him. Within seconds he was armed ...
... entry and an open bar all night until 4am. It was a bargain and I definitely got my money's worth! The club was full of a young trendy Chinese clientele who were mostly all seated at tables around the dance floor, smoking and drinking Henessey whisky by the bottle. Amazingly I managed to bump into two girls from South Shields, they were real Geordie Shore lasses and it felt for a moment that I had taken a wrong turn and ended up in the Big ...
an einem verlängerten wochenende zwischen april und mai begaben wir tutoren uns nach shanghai (shang (im vierten ton gesprochen) = über; hai (dritter ton) = meer). auf der bereits abenteuerlichen anreise testeten wir zum ersten mal als alternative zu den teuren flügen einen nachtzug aus. aus sicherheits- und zugegebenermaßen auch komfortgründen entschieden wir uns für das softsleeper abteil. in diesen zügen gibt es sozusagen zwei klassen: hardsleeper sind ...