Crowne Plaza Shanghai Pudong
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... are really onto something and will be successful.
We then moved onto my company Firmenich, which was a good contrast from the morning visit. In fact Firmenich is under as much or even more pressure from the authorities to ensure food safety through very strong regulation.
I then had the absolute pleasure to share a meal with some of my colleagues that I worked with on our SAP project a few years ...
... to their surroundings.
The taxi pulled up in front of the hospital (At least I was hoping he did.) and I went through the silent procedure of the driver pointing to the meter while I struggled to get cash out of my pocket. I paid and said my “she she” and was handed a receipt. I didn’t see any signs that would make me recognize a hospital nearby. It didn’t really look like a hospital from my perspective but I ...
... I give them credit for trying to make it seem humane with the elaborate sculptures of things like elephants and trees but at the end of the day, you just kinda felt bad for the things. Kind of like the zoo experience. It was really gorgeous though. Plus, the Shanghai Aquarium has the longest underwater tunnel in Asia. They put you on a conveyor belt and wisk you along through a bunch of different habitats as you watch the sharks and fish swim over your head. It was indeed long, ...
... all marry foreigners?" It may have been the phrasing that struck me, or that she was the first one to ask the obvious during our stay, but I couldn't help but laugh.
Now back to Heather's tale:
We began our day visiting the Shanghai World Financial Center. This 101 story building holds the Guinness World Record for the highest Observatory. When we arrived on the Skywalk (100 floor), I was timid but confident about the ...
... It would be like going all the way to New York City and not seeing Times Square lit up. It’s just not right if you don’t.
Due to some issues at the train station, we weren’t able to purchase a round-trip and take the 15 hour train ride back to Shijiazhuang; instead we flew back in less than two hours. The plane was much smoother and much quicker obviously, but not as adventurous as a night train.
Before Shanghai, I had ...