Hidden Garden International Youth Hostel
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... I will remember forever.
I was a bit homesick last night for my family, my friends, and my pets but today I'm excited because we'll be home soon. I miss my Simon and I know grandma and grandpa have taken great care of him so mom and dad.. tell Simo that mommy is coming home soon!
Hope you have enjoyed reading our adventures. Wish us well on our four flights home!!
... It was all about the dumplings. We washed it all down with Tsing Tao beer, and the whole meal was about $80 for two people. I debated walking back to the hotel (via the under-river pedestrian bridge) but the air still concerned me and I was getting sleepy so we went back to the hotel via cab (which only cost around $3 USD). I was tucked away in bed by 10pm, wanting a full nights rest before a day of meetings the next day.
... an area of 600m2, this model displays at a ratio of 1:500 downtown Shanghai of 110 km2 within the inner ring road. There is also a circular screen demonstration hall "A journey of wonder in Shanghai" which showcase so picturesque landscape of Shanghai by 3D animation. Just one of those things that has got to be seen to be believed! The only disappointment again was the toilets. Why?? There was actually a woman cleaner in the area but heaven knows what she was ...
... so much better on paper...I'm gonna be so dead for the conference. At least I get a day to pass out in the hotel when I get there!
Until then, looking forward to the sleep I'm hoping to get on this 14 hr flight! At least it's warm here. Down to 2 layers! =D
EDIT --- In Paris
So, waiting at the Charles de Gaulle airport...been to Paris so many times, though this is the first ...
... sauce for our pasta. I also made a salad and some tomato olive oil dip. We were quite satisfied with ourselves, and noted how far we've come. We also laughed at how easy it will be to cook for ourselves once we move back home. We'll have an oven and all the ingredients that recipes call for! And a kitchen with more than one counter big enough to hold out cutting board.
Friday after school we packed the house for Louise at the pizza shop. Scott brought ...