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... the swimming pool. Where Art and Mary Ann live, a restaurant provides the morning breakfast every day. It's one of their many perks that comes with living at this place. It was a crazy spread. Today it had an egg station, cereals, breads, European meats and cheeses, and the traditional American breakfast meats and potatoes. But it also had a soup station, stir fry chicken and vegetables, mystery steamed rolls, spring rolls, and of all things...baked ...
... Next day we head for the Zoo taking the Mono Rail. The Zoo is right in the heart of the city and is a delight amongst the concrete high rise. Most of the high rise housing contains around 800 people and there are just hundreds of them guess what they all look just the same. The high light of the day was of course the Pandas all these guys do is eat them sleep then eat then sleep what a life aye. The rest of the day we visited some interesting places ...
... out our balcony door during the night, it wasn't too difficult to anticipate the cancellation of Shanghai. The ship has handled the 12 to 15 foot swells very comfortably so far. Fortunately, we have had the opportunity to visit Shanghai during another trip. So now we have turned south and are headed to Hong Kong. Unless we are able to dock in Hong Kong early, that will mean ...
... The whole club seemed to be watching this woman dance and someone asked ‘is that your mom?’ my response being ‘I don’t even know that woman!’. After a few too many repeats of ‘Where are you from, what’s your number?’ we headed home around 4am, only to get up again at 8am to go to class. Yes class, on a Saturday! You’re probably wondering why, well because we get a week off of course! You can’t just let people have a week ...
... it was quite disappointing. From there we went to the Shanghai Museum, established in 1952 and being a world-famous museum containing a vast display of ancient Chinese art. The present building, completed in 1996, is shaped with a square base and a round top attached with arches like a bronze Ding, (designed in the shape of an ancient cooking vessel) indicating the Chinese philosophy of the universe that ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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