Well, the monsoons did not begin after all. Another hazy day. This time we will go to a park in the former Japanese section of the International Concession, north of the Bund. Hongkou Park is now called Lu Xun Park. A sign seems to tell us that no cars, bikes or motorbikes are allowed, no loudspeakers, no pets/dogs, no swimming, and, I think, no digging:
They were practicing on artificial turf:
See how long the fishing pole is?
Park map in Braille:
A lotus creek:
What are they doing to that child?
Some tough games of badminton:
Fourth broken rule!
A peek at the crane on the rooftop of a Korean-style building in Plum Garden:
They are pomegranate trees!
Later we learned these are American-style homes built around 1914.
A gas station!
Chicken on a shoestring:
Here it is:
cattle paths (purposely made rough to prevent slippage before Grandin!),
We had lunch here at the Noodle Bull, with a rolled up paper menu:
Except that the lead car is an Audi, the rest are Buicks!A new bank building on Sichuan Road:
The atrium ceiling: