Shanghai Ever Sunshine Hotel
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Today started with breakfast at Tosca Coffee by the river in the Bund area, and then Kjersti and I went back to the spa place we were yesterday for another massage. We got a two hour massage today too, and then we took a taxi to a part of the French Concession called Tiánzifáng to go shopping. When we got there we walked by a nail studio and decided to get a manicure. So we did that and afterwards we went shopping. I bought a Chinese silk dress, two silk scarves ...
... to not use the other bandages.
At about 10:00 pm the blood has arrived. As they set up with the various tubing and the filter that is needed, Brian is ready to go. They hook him up and start the normal rounds of monitoring and vitals. After some time we are talking to the nurses and I'm thinking - we will be ...
... br> The sky was dirty. The pollution didn't smell bad, but we couldn't see too far into the distance because of the smog.
We passed a number of docked Chinese naval vessels, including an oddly shaped black submarine, a far different design than our U.S. subs.
We finally docked in a prime location, right in the midst of the tallest of the city’s modern high-rises, and just a short distance from the famous Bund, the wide boulevard ...
... Tea at Fairmont Peace Hotel in 20 Nanjing Road East - wonderful experience
Later walk at the Bund
Wednesday, Sep 4
S1 to People Square Station
Got scammed by three girls asking us for a Chinese Tea ceremony
Search the Internet for "Tea Scam Shanghai' and you will find exactly my story
We started after the bad experience at 3:15 ...
This is now the fourth week of classes, and I am finally
getting into the swing of things. Tyler and I finalized all our classes, and living
here will be a lot less stressful. So far I am taking two engineering courses,
one economics course, and finally Chinese. The classes are fun, as we got a
round of applause in one class just for being non-Chinese students in the
class. It’s also really nice when there are group projects ...