"After riding the Maglev, we tried going to the Shanghai Science and Technology Museum. It looked cool from the outside, but it is closed on Mondays and apparently today was a Monday."
|The closed Science and Technology Museum|
|It was only a problem with our boat though, all the others whizzed by us.|
Later, "we" went looking for the Sex Culture Museum. "Unfortunately" we were not able to find it, so instead we took the Bund Sightseeing Tunnel, which goes from one side of the river to the other and which we assumed would give us an interesting view of the Bund. In fact, we boarded a futuristic pod thing that went through a tunnel laden with flashing lights. A speaker shouted random words like "meteor shower!" or "magma!" while we passed screens displaying sea creatures. It was all very strange and we were glad we only got one-way tickets.
Once we were on the other side of the river, we walked around the big buildings in awe and took some pictures.
|Cool unnecessary walkway thing.|
|The Oriental Pearl Tower|
|The Shanghai World Financial Center (or "bottle opener") on the left and the Jin Mao Tower on the right.|
|Look, we were really there!|
It was dark by the time we left so we went back to the Bund to admire the Shanghai skyline by night.
|A lit-up yacht in front of a lit-up museum.|
*Mini bowling where you hit the bowling ball with a pool cue.