Benjoy Hotel Shanghai Jufeng Road
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... well...exactly how you think it will." And it was! We were so full that we had to call it a night after dinner rather than explore the nightlife in Shanghai.
The next day we woke up early and consulted the Lonely Planet China guidebook. I love visiting little villages and taking a peek at local life, so we headed to a nearby water village called Zhou Zhuang water village. They call this area outside of Shanghai, the venice of ...
It is hot. Actually it is the hottest summer ever in Shanhai at least since they measure the temperature for statistics. For about a month or more it is around 40 degree and the temperature is not dropping. Even at night we have for sure 30 till 35 degree.
I always thought that I was a person that could hardly sweat. Even in a sauna it takes me 5 minutes to warm up until a first sweat drop is building up. Here it takes a while as well but even I have the ...
... up the whole floor, but it was pretty good if you like that foreign prison feel ;)
The first couple of days we explored the local central areas of: East Nanjing Road, The Bund as well as The French Concession, where on the side roads there are many European style buildings and houses. The food here was amazing even though a few things on the menu looked a little dodgy. We are pretty adventurous eaters but ...
Today was long awaited the first day of schooooool! I was nervous but also pretty excited. I felt confident in my "lessons" which were just talking about the rules. Heather, Al and I took a cab pretty early, around 7:45 when we don't have to be to work until 8:30, so we could get some last minute stuff done. I printed off my newsletter to hang on my window and a cute rules sheet that I found online. The time flew by and before I knew it the kids ...
... see and hear it all when we return.
Jamie and I still love being here, but we are starting to switch gears, now. Our minds are starting to get adjusted to being home, again. It will take time to become reacquainted, but I don't think it will be too hard. Especially after we get some quality Italian food, pancakes, and Coney Island in our bellies. I think, once that has happened, we will be completely re-assimilated to our regular American lives.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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