Again, we booked an apartment/hotel which was excellent being a 3 bedroom apartment with kitchen. These were called the New Harbour Service Apartments and their location was centrally located. Just like in Beijing, the kitchen was not supplied with cooking utensils unless you rented them from them.
Shanghai is a more compact city as compared to Beijing and roughly is divided into the "older" side where the Bund is located and the high-rise section across the river. You could probably walk or catch the subway for most locations, but here we decided to buy a 48 hr Sightseeing double deck bus that has three different routes and basically allows you to hop-on-hop-off at all the major locations in town. There's lots of good shopping and interesting places to visit while in Shanghai.
Shanghai was extremely busy when we were there as it coincided with a major national holiday. Still we got to see all major places we had in our list, and even went to a wonderful restaurant with the best dumplings in town.
Since the line for the Pearl Tower was two hours long, we decided to instead go to the top of the Jin Mao Tower. The line was almost non-existent and we still got a beautiful view.
All trips come to an end. However, we had one final trip to take on the Maglev train that goes up to 400 km/h to the airport. Wonderful way to finish a nice week in China.