Shanghai Astronautic Hotel
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... in different directions. This view was interesting to me as it shows the significance of the trade and import export markets to these cities. We changed at HK to our connecting flight to Shanghai. I was a bit concerned when we arrived into shanghai. Alas it was foggy and the air smelt ... Well Asian. We got through immigration and found ourselves on the Maglev. The worlds fastest train. We reached top speeds of 306kmph and it was ...
Shanghai--***** of the East!
ancient beauty mystifies me with every turn taken,
while I explore your labyrinthine roads
visions seen from the days of
Everywhere the smell of death, money,
jasmine, tires, and orange.
I love riding bus 830 through
your flashing streets-
Your flashing streets ...
... can't wait to hold Miss Cloey), near death experiences, heck, several near death experiences (Heather, you're going in a bubble the moment I get home), and also a million other exciting and devastating experiences in the lives of the people I love the most! I will never be able to get those moments back and worry that this will weigh heavily on my relationships.
As such, I apologize in advance to everyone who felt that I was dramatic before. I'll do my best ...
... seems to tacitly acknowledge that this is the real epicenter of the nation beasting Beijing by its arrogance and its panache. As our [Shenyang born] guide commented whilst we stood and admired the Bund "you know they don't like us and think they are better than everyone".. Looking around you are led to think " and why not?"
The walk on the Bund is like a history lesson of world affairs. There is the Office of ...
... much time at The Bund (which our guide said was “French for Embankment” but it doesn’t “sound” like a French word to me) getting his version of the history of just one old building and then trying to hear and understand what he was saying about the newer development across the river … I gave up trying to listen to him … it was just too difficult and my eyes were glazing over. My feet hurt from standing in the same ...