Holiday Inn Express Meilong
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... Our friends, David and Suzanne also moved to a nearby Marriott. We had plans to have dinner with them, her son, and one of his friends. We walked to the Marriott to meet them. It was dark when we left our hotel and the streets were crowded. As we walked, we notice an elderly woman lying in a cart. Her legs were covered to her knees and we saw that she had no feet. There was an elderly man sitting at her side with a bowl out for donations. We contributed. We have ...
... my manager (Seth who is now the GM) this story. I told him that the employees and managers let the **** fly behind them because I am there to catch it. I told him that in order to be a leader, you have to treat your current position as the last line of defense. You have to block the **** coming your way from going behind you, then you can be a leader."
Ladies and Gentlemen, the **** analogy!
... We enjoy the heat, the sun and the openness. We see camels, horses and cattle roaming around the steppe. This part of the journey is really pleasant. There’s something about the open space that is relaxing.
In the evening we pass the border and enter China! no issues with passports and visas. The train stops for 4 hours so that the wheels can be changed to fit the Chinese width. The process is smooth and efficient. We stay in the carriage while this happens ...
... almost traditional Thanksgiving meal. We had vegies, stuffing, boiled potatoes and a pile of very tender turkey with brown gravy and cranberry gravy. The dessert was disappointing, cheesecake or chocolate mousse. It was a great meal with great company. We all shared what we were Thankful for and dug in! It was still raining on the way home, but we were 3 very happy and full girls!
... tones of pink.
All our plans went smoothly for our taxi trip from the Sofitel to Shanghai's Pudong International Airport. Again, as we drove out to Pudong I felt a pang of sadness as we passed by the now very familiar sights of Shanghai's skyscrapers including the oddly designed Shanghai World Financial Centre or "Bottle Opener Building", the iconic Pearl Tower and the cappuccino waters of the Huang Pu River. I consoled myself with the knowledge that ...