Crab Island Hot Spring Village Resort
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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
... activities. A lot of older people especially. We met a 80 old woman who was doing a Chinese traditional dance as exercise, and there were also some 90 year olds playing cards to keep their minds sharp. It was really cool to see all of this activity happening in an ancient place, and to see how active all the people are. We even joined in on two activities. One was the chinese art of tai chi, and the other was a dance that we had no idea what we were doing. But it was ...
... maintenance man, his friend, wife and baby in the smallest car in the world – Kev’s tiny western bum found the journey a bit of a trial lol ! Train station very well organised and easy to find platform and train. First experience of a high speed bullet train – smooth- considering we’re doing 120 plus miles an hour. It’s very clean ...
... reconstructed" wall, No Admittance!
Climbing through the watch tower window we venture on, tobogganing back into the 21st century "no topping" the man yells in chinglish to the tourist stopping in front.
Practicing my Jackie Chan moves as I enter the imperial city with the zillions of people, I get a few strange looks, while Emma continues to be hounded by ...
... t mind walking together so that we could take each others pictures. We agreed and stepped onto the wall. It is so hard to find the words to describe exactly what that view was like - I will let the photos speak for themselves. We trekked for a little and then it started getting really really steep and the stairs were at knee level. I got majorly scared of the height and gave up, but Steve and the others went on and got up to the highest vantage point. I wandered back and ...