Fangxin Garden Farmhouse
Travel Blogs from Shanghai
... as we did indeed have first class tickets. Hopes were soon dashed as the lounge was a petitioned off section of the main concourse full of cheap DFS sofas with only water and single wrapped biscuits. It did have the largest TV I have seen for a while as a notice board running the train times and videos of ancient monuments. The clocked ticked on and we boarded the train. This was truly first class we had pod like seats of leather all facing the same way. ...
... from the man next door. The point and smile technique only got me so fr, however, when a young man with a cigg hanging out of his mouth gave a mocking smirk and though to say, "there are different kinds, you dumb idiots." nonetheless, my pointing payed off and we were soon eating delicious spicy pork buns. When we finally made it to the main shopping drag near the Bund, we were almost immediately got suckered into buying "wheelies" or rollerskates that attach to ...
... br> · Settling In Complete - négociation pour avoir du nouveau mobilier plus sympa
o Welcome Kit review - une belle broche, un guide très pratique, et une carte de Shanghai
o Neighborhood familiarization
o Commuting advice and planning
o Shopping, dining, exercise, entertainment familiarization
o Medical facilities - en tant que résidant je dois faire un contrôle complet
- IRM de la tête
- Scanner du ...
... only ventured away from the table after Kiera led the way.
All and all it was a classy and fun event. It wasn't as culturally different as I expected. Besides a few differences it was very similar to a formal sit down reception in America. I will say at the end of the evening everyone started smoking and it became a bit nauseating (at least to me a non-smoker). When we got home I made Ronan and the girls take their clothes off and everything went right into the wash.
... were cold and refreshing, the wine was dry and red and the desert was sweet. The company and conversation was lively and we were excited about our change of venue tomorrow and our trip to Lake TaiFu and Wuxi. We were unsure of what to expect, but knew that Jeff would not steer us wrong on one of his hotels.
We were scheduled for a 10 am pickup and transfer and really didn't know where we were going other than a dot on a map.