Starway Hotel Pudong International Airport Wanxia
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... and when he told us we all got so tickled that we had to excuse ourselves to the bathroom before we laughed our heads off in front of everyone. When our meal was over and we had to say goodbye it was really hard not to get teary eyed when I thought of all the nice things these complete strangers had done for me and that after only a few days I had to say goodbye. After diner Howard took us to walk on the bund together which has a great view of the business district of ...
Today we took the subway to Tianzafang Street, which is a whole lot of small streets selling up market clothes, food and accessories. It was nice to walk around it but way too over priced for us so we didn't stay long. We walked not far down to another shopping place before catching the Subway back home. Didn't have much luck with the shopping this morning so we just had a walk through people's square. We stopped at the kids fun park to have a look at the rides on offer. ...
... options for me =( So I ate the rice and veggies around it, tried some yogurt, ate the fruit and some lettuce that they called salad. Dad always taught us to eat what you can and when you can...especially if you don't know when your next meal is! That's probably going to be my mantra for this journey of mine. I hope i don't disappear from this limited eating =) ... From Beijing I had to collect my luggage and bring it back through ...
... have some kind of pride-thing going on when it comes to driving something...they never want to be the one that moves.
After the cruise, we were taken up top the highest building in Shanghai, which I like to call the bottle opener. Google image that and you'll see why. We took a nice long walk over to it, which gave me the chance to take a picture of a Chinese guy that was taking a picture of me. Weird moment. Once at the building, we were taken up 100 floors roughly to ...
We were starving at this point, so Jamie suggested that we go to this German restaurant next to our hotel. Well, the only thing "German" about this particular restaurant were the costumes the Chinese waitresses wore. Other than that... nope. It was a buffet of Chinese food and people walking around with an endless supply of meat on swords that they cut off for you onto your plate and stamped off a list of meats. But, it was cheap and we needed sustenance after the ...
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