The Bund (Waitan)
Sun Yat-sen's Former Residence (Sun Zhongshan Jinianguan)
Site of the First National Congress of the Communist Party of China (Zhonggong Yidahuizhi)
Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Centre
JW's California Grill (40/F)
Marriott Cafe (38/F)
Lobby Lounge (38/F)
Zao Zi Shu (Vegetarian Lifestyle)
WeatherA Shanghai resident once claimed that she had never lived in a city where the weather was so rarely perfect. That's a very apt description. In summer it's hot and humid, especially July and August, with temperatures reaching the 100s F/40s C. Spring and fall are the most temperate seasons, with sunny skies but some rain. In winter, especially December-February, temperatures become uncomfortably cold and damp, sometimes dropping to freezing. (It rarely snows, however.) For much of the year, gray skies can continue for weeks.
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