After a morning spent in Tongli
located between Suzhou and Shanghai seeing the restored water town with its boats, canals, fishing birds
as well as the historic Governor’s House with its Formal Rooms and Gardens with fish
We headed to Shanghai.
I will not bore you with more pictures of tables full of Chinese Food. It is safe to assume that we were served food. Still too westernized for my sake, but fine for just about anyone but my teens who are voting for a “donner.”
Noah took the evening harbour tour with us. The city lights up most of its downtown (well, along the waterfront plus just about everywhere else) buildings at night. Best seen from the water, it is a rather amazing sight. Waterfront to War Memorial
On the way back to the hotel – we stopped quickly at the pedestrian zone. Not just a few lights or people at close to 2200.
And at one of the main Museums.
With the Hilton providing the evening arch lit as bright as day while in contrast there was an old pedestrian bridge in Tongli.