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‘Twas early in that magical morning in autumn at the streets of Shanghai. There was a slight breeze, much to my delight! The air was fresh and my breath could be seen. Since we didn’t have scheduled tour that early morning, we decided to walk at the streets of Shanghai and hit to the malls since our Hotel was just a few blocks away!
I’ve been wearing a lot of black and gray recently. I think you can create really classic looks with black, white and gray outfits and have your statement accessories stand out even more, like a fab necklace or a colorful bag but what I have here is my white bag and a brown leather jacket which I bought in one of the stores in my hometown and it was very ‘cheap’. Black and gray doesn’t have to be boring 🙂 Just pick the perfect accessories to make the look more fun!
Dad and mom. I’m so loving the view! ♥
The entrance of Bailian Zhonghuan Commerce Plaza. I was really amazed by the beautiful exterior design of the mall. It was quite unique and also huge.
Just looking around the mall, and doing window shopping. Because there’s a better place to buy souvenirs.
Check out this cute ride for lil kids.
Crossing the street to visit another mall. Our last stop was in Guoson centre where we had our lunch at KFC. Mmmm. Best Fried Chicken in the world. 🙂
Another hike on our way to Shanghai’s famous and huge park, Chang Feng park.
It took me a lot of courage to take off my coat. This was already 5.45pm in the afternoon and it was really cold.
3rd Day- Chang Feng Park and River Cruising at the Bund
Cruising down Huangpu River is such a wonderfully romantic experience for visitors to Shanghai. And btw, Huangpu River is Shanghai’s mother river.
The city lights of Shanghai! I guess the locals were right when they said that Shanghai looks like Paris in the evening. Even though I haven’t been to Paris but it looks like Paris to me! 😀
The quality of the photo is actually bad because this is just a scanned photo of our souvenir from the river cruising. They have a photo booth at the top of the cruise.
Picture with our Tourist guide, Grace.
French Old Town in Shanghai
Didn’t have a lot of pictures posted since all the photos in the French Village were deleted from my cellphone. Today, the French Concession is one of Shanghai’s most expensive terrains. Expats and artists make the atmosphere trendy and exclusive.
Tree-lined streets are filled with little fashion boutiques, while wider streets boast expensive shopping malls. When lunch or dinner time approaches, groups or friends and couples make their way to one of the stylish bars and restaurants. In the French Concession, one can find any type of cuisine – from original spanish tapas, the best italian wine bars and beautiful french cafes to modern Vietnamese cuisine and fresh quality sushi.