Motel 168 Shanghai Waigaoqiao Huashan Road
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... Jade statues, coins and paintings which dated back up to 6000 years. Back in around 200BC they had little swords and spades as currency, check out the pictures to see what I mean. After spending a good few hours looking round I sauntered back to the hostel. When I got back I got talking to one of my roommates, Adam from San Diego, USA; it turned out he was working in china and had missed his flight back so was just killing a day working. He could speak Chinese so we ...
... unrest was fascinating to see and is symbolic of the winds of change blowing through China at the moment most unrest is very localised at the moment as the Government have the majority people happy enough with the new prosperity that is being made available to millions of Chinese as there economy grows by almost 8-10% but it will be interesting to see what happens once that gravy train stops.
The rest of the day was spent visiting a museum that detailed the growth of ...
... such a big city) but as time goes by, it becomes less and less daunting. Almost all places have signs in English or Pinyin. Taxi drivers can read business cards and print outs from the Internet, so even if you don’t know a word of Chinese, you are still able to get around.
Living in China has definitely been a once in a lifetime experience for me, above and beyond anything that I could have imagined for myself. Even though it has been a challenge for ...
... Hour 2 were great picks.
Overall I loved this City. It was cleaner than Beijing (not saying much), the city layout was better, there weren't huge roads to cross using pedestrian overpasses, and the foooooood. Must go if you are ever in China.
Well now its back to reality. The next three weeks will be hell since I have Three midterms starting next week. That's all for now.
... to a flat cable car set up. Coloured flashing lights are on the sides of the tunnel as you go along. This just warmed us up for Disney next week. The tunnel exited on the Bund very close to Nanjing street where our hotel is. We walked back to the hotel through the crowd which has thickened incredibly today as tomorrow is the start of the mid-Autumn festival in China as well as National day (celebrating the New China in 1949) ...