Crowne Plaza Shanghai Pudong
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... the accompanying pollution that covers the entire country worrying. The cities are completely gridlocked with traffic; all the signs seem to be pointing to a fairly double-pronged future. And so our trip of 10 weeks is over. It has been an amazing experience, with so much variety. Highlights are very hard to pinpoint and have a slightly different focus for each of us. But it has been everything we hoped for, and a perfect celebration of our 50 years ...
... to use the dishwasher. I have been hand washing our dishes up until now but I cooked chicken the other day and I wanted to make sure everything was sterilized.
I never knew how hard learning to use appliances could be. I think I have had a dozen or more stoves, dishwashers and laundry machines in my lifetime and none have been as hard to figure out as the ones here. I broke out the instruction manual and tried to figure out how and where to put ...
... they closed the garden at 5. Because of the Spring Festival there were thousands of people walking around. We had to push and shove our way through the people. It was a little too crazy. We somehow managed to make it out of the immense crowd of people and then headed to The Bund once again We ended up running into some other expats who wanted us to take pictures of them. We started talking and decided to all get dinner together. Kerry had been telling ...
Three words; double, decker, bus! There couldn't be a better way to tour Shanghai than an enormous double decker bus, especially a topless double decker bus! So that's what we did. We endured the mighty wind on the top deck in exchange for a marvelous view-in-motion of the city, and man was it worth it! We saw the Pearl Tower up close and personal, went around a giant winding bridge so fast that is was almost scary, and got a glimpse ...
... an extra pair of trousers, a cashmere coat, and a made-to-measure "interview" suit for Sandra for 2400 RMB ($350CDN) - all ready next Saturday.
"What about a fitting?" asks Sandra,
"Not necessary, if any changes we do it in an hour."
"OK, if you say so"
One week later, on the Sunday, Yancong takes us back to pick up the suits - and, Jon's trousers are ready, Sandra's suit is ready, but no sign of Jon's jacket, or ...