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On the metro by 8 am and down to Hongqiao Station where we farewell Shanghai.
10 am departure - we are in carriage 5 (2nd class but more legroom than on the plane)
"We welcome you to train Harmony"
Top speed 301km/hr, typical cruising speed about 280 km/hr
From the train we saw:
Cranes, cranes, cranes and more cranes.... building ....
Apartment blocks....more than could be counted
This morning I got up and checked out of my hotel and then got a cab to the airport and now I'm sitting at a coffee shop inside the airport writing this entry. My trip on the way back home to Brisbane airport is a plane to Hong Kong and then from there a 3 hour stop over and then another plane back to Brisbane which will be about ...
- We woke up around 9 in the morning and headed west toward an art street called Liulichang. It was a fairly "boring" street. Dilyara bought some tea, but there was not much exciting happening on it.
ˇ We also stopped in a little café type restaurant that said it had wifi and got chestnut cakes, lotus cakes, and I got some chicken curry.
Today I woke up craving Jing Bian and with nowhere to buy it in sight (it's a breakfast thing that all the locals eat and usually only sold in the early morning), I went all the way back to the Beijing Zoo area, where I first discovered it, just to eat it. I love that I can do that - dedicate an entire morning to a quest for Jing Bian. That’s ...
... 8221; after which the group shouted in unison “We welcome you to join the rollerblading club!” (I would totally join if I could rollerblade. Anyone with that recruiting method would be fun to hang out with.) I did, however, join the Peking Cat Association with Philip and Kim. Not sure if that is the real name, I also call it the Homeless Cat Club. Basically, Peking has a ton of stray cats that lurk around campus—Peking is famous for its cats. So famous that ...