Yiting 6+e Hotel Shanghai Pudong Yangpu Bridage
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... shaped town with hundreds of years history around the shore of the vast Dingshan Lake - the locals call it the Venice of China.Then back into the mad traffic on the expressways, before a scenic cruise on the Huangpu River. Our visit to the Jinmao Tower, the world's 2nd largest building, was abandoned as the tower, less alone the view, ...
... sure was hired for something gave me
a real glaring at.
I read another travel blog and his number one
piece of advice was to always smile at people. Thats what I will do, I will
just smile at the starers and they can keep staring.
4. When people warn you about the toilets. Their not lying.
Once I have found my gate for Shanghai I thought I should go to the loo. There close by and the
plane is another few hours away...and I need to go ...
... then a night in, drinking baileys and talking. Not too shabby a good bye. Luckily, although I miss having her around, I haven’t found it too hard adapting! Although a flat full of guys gets insanely messy. Plus we have another new guy moving to our flat Saturday. I abandoned my feminist principles and cleaned yesterday. Its sad when you can feel yourself turning into your mother by saying ‘the plates don’t magically wash themselves you ...
... We watch the weavers work for a bit and then walk into the showroom where Lee shows us silk tapestries, which are astonishing in their detail and beauty. The three tapestries Lee shows us vary in design and price. Then, Lee lets us walk through the showroom. Here we see extraordinary works of art. One small tapestry we see is so detailed, it looks like a painting. It cost $10,000 US. These rugs, like the silk embroidery, are truly works of art and ...
... anything beyond China, and she was relocating to Taiwan for a
year, so I think we were both nervous about what we were doing next, so I think that helped us get on well. I think we chilled each other out.
I had to look forwards though - I was up early to catch my flight to Hong Kong, and I got one last treat. I had decided to take the Mag-Lev train to the airport. I got the metro to the Mag-Lev Station and paid the £5 ticket fare to get on a train which essentially floats ...