上海中心大厦 Shanghai TowerBuilding • Shanghai, China
Set to be the world's second tallest building.
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Chinese Ivy. Giant Mao statue at entrance; lush Sakura tree garden; many small shops and cafes on south side of campus; people-watch in late afternoon when students (and local feral cats) come out
Loved everything. California Pop, jalapeño poppers were loud and unique. Sake Obsession and the hamachi special were subtler, delicious and very fresh. I'll be back.
"Rent a multi-seater bike for the morning and cycle around to see multi-generational families camping out, taking selfies and local children frolicking in the fields of flowers"
"Walk around at night and be blown away by the skyscraper visuals. Nowhere in mainland China like it."
Take the high-speed train and enjoy the most famous city lake in China. Walk around. Nighttime is wonderful, great sunset photos. Avoid holidays.
A nonprofit that helps Chinese minority entrepreneurs by selling amazing yak knitware.
B/w Steep Ravine Cabins and Stinson Beach, accessible during low tides. Tucked beneath a huge boulder, waves crash on the rocks around you as you soak in the ocean view. Check conditions online first. Read more
One of the best design stores in the city. Small but beautifully curated with items, mostly from Germany, Italy, Scandinavia, etc.
"Veg and seafood-centric spot from the James Beard Award nominated chef behind Napa's 'groundbreaking' vegetarian restaurant Ubuntu."
"Burmese restaurant in Eastlake. It feels more like a 'church basement potluck' than a restaurant, almost allowing it to go undiscovered if not for food that is 'so damn good.'"
Loved the donuts and hummus app. Bread and meal (we split crab pasta and cod) were fine. Service did not enhance the experience. Too many stellar other options in SF to prioritize this one.
"A shoutout is in order for this Mission classic (since 1961), home of the very first Mission burrito. Were it not for El Faro, we might never have had what's arguably the iconic San Francisco food."
"Working nursery and a quiet forested space with two labyrinths and a Buddha barden. Nice open space to relax and enjoy the natural beauty of lower Makawao."
Starts off Highway 30. Follows ancient Hawaiian coastal footpath. Cool blowhole turnoff before mile 20. Drive thru Kahakuloa.
"Grande dame of Maui's visual arts scene. Exhibits always satisfying. Elegant Mediterranean-style villa designed in 1917. Can arrange tours on 24 hours notice, $12."
"Half-day hike, 5 miles down and back. Trailhead at Haleakala Visitor Center. Alien landscape of reddish black cinders, lava bombs, silverswords. Solitude and silence. Turn back at the crater floor."
"Half-day hike descends into crater and returns. Trailhead between mile markers 14 and 15. 2.25 miles round trip. Lots of switchbacks and views, native flowers, usually misty and cool."