Naza International Youth Hostel
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We are finally home! Traveling home this time was the longest, most exhaustive travel we have ever encountered. We were awake on December 13th (China time) at 6am and did not get home until December 14th (Missouri) time (so add 13 hours to Dec 13th) until around 9/9:30pm. That's about 60 hours of traveling with 4 flights and a 4-hour drive home. Too much!
Just a quick wrap-up of how we got home...
We went for a ...
... and sang from The Barber of Seville and a few other opera songs. It was a lovely addition to the meal and I lingered for a bit to listen to the performance.
I was slowing down quite a bit, so I made my last savory plate a cheese dish with a variety of cheeses, smoked salmon, parma ham, capers, and crackers. It was all very good, but I was too full at this point to partake in any of the noodle dishes or stews that I saw, especially ...
... heated exchanges and phone calls, we departed the hotel for our next stop, the Shanghai Art Museum.
The Shanghai Museum houses 120,000 pieces in eleven galleries of ancient Chinese bronze, ceramic, paintings, calligraphy, furniture, jades ancient coins, seals sculptures, minority art and foreign art. Since we had already visited the Museum in 2011 and only had one and a half hours, we decided to go to the snack bar area, get ...
... five acres). However, the small size is not a representative of the attractions of the garden. The pavilions, halls, rockeries, ponds and cloisters all have unique characteristics. There are six main scenic areas here: Sansui Hall, Wanhua Chamber, Dianchun Hall, Huijing Hall, Yuhua Hall and the Inner Garden. Each area features several scenic spots within its borders.
We had a lovely afternoon exploring the park, gardens and ...
... for us on Thanksgiving. We ate dinner that night at Big Bamboo, I got an Italian sub. It was really good, and hit the spot for my "subway" craving.
Wednesday my tutoring job was also canceled, but not until after I showed up to their house. Which is pretty inconvenient, because she called her ayi to talk to me about 3 minutes after my driver took off. So I had to pay for a cab home, but it really was no big deal. Scott and I went to Papa Johns, ordered ...