Dong Jiao State Guest Hotel
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... buildings, and the Pearl Tower. I loved it. The middle of the building was open, and allowed us to look down to the floors below, which was a pretty trippy and unsettling sight.
Natalie and I, after this big morning, found ourselves to be getting quite peckish, so our next mission was to find something to eat. Having not been satisfied with any of the other options on offer to us in the vicinity, we settled on McDonalds…. Because ...
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After much discussion with Dr. Liam and arrangement with the Shanghai AND Pudong blood banks we have blood. But, of course, this is China, so there has to be something just a little different - so we were scheduled to come in at 8:00 pm to receive the blood.
... and a view of the Huangpu River one block away on the other side. Their view is beautiful! At night most of the buildings in Shanghai light up with static neon or changing LEDs to create designs or moving images. Humble buildings that would never be given a second look in daylight become a focal point of attention in their dancing lights at night. But all that would have to wait. We fought the jet lag, but the jet lag won. 9pm. Good night!
Today didn't start too great, my alarm didn't go off, and i was woken up by room mate 10 minutes before we were suppose to start Chinese class. (She turned her alarm off in her sleep) We both threw some clothes on, and ran out the door (of course a little bit of mascara too!). Surprisingly enough, we made it, and the lesson hadn't begun. I guess it's helpful that we live pretty much next door where we have chinese lessons, but we live on the 17th floor, and the chinese haven't ...
... presuming the rest of the country will be the same, we'll see. We also took some time in Yuyuan Garden. It was first built during the Ming Dynasty 400 years ago, it has been renovated several times since the liberation and is now one of the key relic sites under state protection. During our walk through at about 11 am we came across some impromptu singing and also an outdoor tea dance with about a dozen or so couples, pretty quaint. Would you believe it, three weeks into our trip, ...