Jinjiang Inn (Shanghai Wanping South Road)
Travel Blogs from Shanghai
... of the terracotta warriors. Wong explained that we were going to a small city, and he seemed to be apologizing. This small city only had a population of four million! China is crazy populated!
We had a special treat after our visit to the warriors; we were able to bike along the city wall in Xi'an. The wall was built in 1317, and again, it is huge! It is the only remaining intact city wall in China. We rented bikes and rode the bumpy 8.5 miles around the parameter. It was ...
... no fear of humans – even nipping at Amy’s fingers in their haste to get the food!
It was nearly 5pm when we were leaving the temple, and we weren’t sure if the bus was coming back – we didn’t really want to hang around to find out since the place was swarming with beggars, so we elected to try to find the metro. After wandering about a bit and asking for directions once, we eventually found it and got back to ...
... at around 6.45am and got into shanghai around 11.45am. We quickly freshened up and made our way into central to find somewhere to have lunch. The hotel tried to sell us a map for 20yuan which I rejected I'm the spot! So we wondered out, and because we are so close to the main attraction in shanghai (the Bund!) we just wondered around and took in the sites. The skyline is amazing especially as it eats darker and the lights in the ...
... calls, and besides class and when I went to get food I really wasn’t
interacting with people. But now that period of time is over and if you email
and or call I will respond.
Details, details, details…. What have I been up to lately? Last time I blogged I was
living in Hangzhou. After my internship at the law firm and my English teaching
position was over, for about three weeks I just hung out in Hangzhou. During
this time I also finally ...
I booked a tour to see the sights of Shanghai only to be dissapointed. I really wish I had my lonely Planet Guide at this point, I would of seen more.
The only thing of interest today for me was going up 88 floors in the Jin Mao tower, then on to the Maglev train. A small expense for a ride to the airport and back but I enjoyed it.
I then spent the evening on a boat floating up and down the boat in awe of the twinkly lights.