Chinas Best Value Inn (Jiujiang Road Bund)
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... the next day as they were in Singapore....so a small amount of shopping was done.
We discovered Bar36 at the hotel....an express lift took you up very quickly to the 36th floor where a small dimly lit bar/lounge was situated with brilliant views of the well lit up skyline of Shanghai....there we settled in for a few drinks and nibbles for a few hours before it was time to retire to the king size bed and drift off into the land of ...
... seem to be a novelty to the vast majority of Chinese people and to see us on the train causes great interest to everyone, especially the children. Last night, when we got on, a small girl was fascinated by us and kept waving and giggling and this morning a toddler was walking past when he stopped and just stared at me. Of course I smiled at him, to which his reply was to cry very loudly and run back to his dad!! It's funny that even at such a young ...
... behind that. There are a few holiday (yes, more) coming up in April, so we're going to try to plan a trip to Beijing and/ or Hangzhou during those long weekends. Spring has come early here, with last week the average temperature being at 60! This week will be warm, about in the 50s, but today was chilly. It's been sunny here too, although it's always perma-cloudy from the pollution. Many happy days ahead I think!
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... them on their heads, and kick them around the room. The Chinese teachers do there best to get them to sit down, but the kids love to not listen. Hopefully, in the coming weeks, they will get more adjusted to being in school.
On Friday after work, Jomar came to our apartment along with 2 of Lindsey's co-workers. We went to Ti Amo for some pizza and hung out with Luis after we were done eating. She informed us her husband was in Sydney for a month taking care of business. ...
... countless construction projects currently underway that will drastically change the city by the next decade. My dad loved seeing all the unique architecture, as well as the projections for the future, considering how much the city has already changed since he was here 30 years ago.
In the evening, we went to a Chinese acrobatic show, which featured everything from jugglers and unicyclists, to contortionists, tight-rope walkers, and incredibly ...