Dijon Hotel Shanghai
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... t find our way back out!! Once we finally got out we spent the evening walking along The Bund which is where the famous Shanghai skyline is! It was amazing! We walked all the way along and went to a rooftop bar called Vue bar which had an amazing view of the city and the Bund....AND.....had a roof top jacuzzi!!! Cocktail, hot tub and view over Shanghai!! What more could we want! Brilliant ...
... building. Throughout the hallways the photograpy and artwork of Associates are framed. There were some incredibly beautiful works, a precursor to the sights we will be visiting in Shanghai over the next few days. We had a wonderful visit and I am so glad that I decided to "mix work with pleasure." We thank Sarah for coordinating the entire trip, Mark for the great tour and hospitality, and Mr Lin for taking ...
... it back on the pile. She then proceeded to look at me in disgust when I said I wanted to buy it. So that last bit was written weekend before last and I may have forgotten to put it up… So Part 2: Entering week 6. You know you’re in China when… you jump to narrowly avoid a scooter going the (I say wrong, they would say that it doesn’t matter) way down the road. You then jump backwards into a cage of chickens by the road. ...
... english learning time. Two american teachers run the program and this month Alex and I are doing it. We have to plan a small lesson along with some games to play with the kids.
Our greatest excitement this week after school came on Tuesday. Like I mentioned before, we have arranged to let one of the school bus drivers drive us home in the "bus" which is actually a mini-van. Well on the way home we stopped at a stop light and ...
... not oddly, gave everyone the ***** before any Chinese food ever did. Funny how that works. Anyways, the city was all lit up, forcing me to take pictures every ten feet the ship cruised (which unfortunately made it die later, when we went to the top of the highest building in Shanghai at 492m). We enjoyed the steady flow of the river, the gorgeous lights, the ******** honking their massive ship horns at us and pointing, and of course the two boats that played chicken until the one gave ...