Holiday Inn Express Shanghai Wujiaochang
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... sup> highest skyscraper in Shanghai with 88 floors) for a breathtaking panorama of the city. Stroll along the alleyways of Old Chinatown, visit the Yu Garden or Yuyuan Garden, an extensive Chinese garden located beside the City God Temple in the northeast of the Old City of Shanghai, China. We will then enjoy a river cruise. This evening enjoy an acrobatic show. A busy day of exploration.
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... We settled on a Tex-Mex place that wasn’t half bad. I had a chicken quesadilla and the carnitas. I didn’t know they would both be big enough to share. I managed to eat them although afterwards I wished I hadn’t. I also picked up a magnet and ornament for our brief stop in SFO.
Well our brief stop turned out to be not as brief as we thought as we got delayed almost two hours because of a late ...
Ciara - Just finished week one in Shanghai and we are all so tired! The week has been really exhausting but super exciting. We started the week with a big sleep in, until 7:30!! Today we played some Chinese chess called Wei Qi and it was really fun, the pieces were quite similar to western chess. We also have one class a day of history where our teacher doesn't speak any English which is quite interesting! The whole experience has been so amazing! We ...
... fussy, the egg tart was superb. Then to the museum of art. After a 20 minute line up and yes I lined up, photo to prove it! We had to taste our water to prove it wasn't --- don't really know what but we drank it and chucked the bottle in the recycling. I did wonder where a group of Aussie tourists were going to get anything dangerous to blow the museum up with. Anyway we were allowed in and it had a lot of fantasticaly old pottery and coins on ...
... Leslie the changing nature of the language, both in time and by area. We’ve been calling the waiters - fuwuyuan, an older word, xiaojie, was used by Emily when we were in Xiamen, but which in Suzhou this means prostitute and would not be used. Emily tells us that the newer expression around Shanghai is handsome boy shuaige or pretty girl.
Leslie is off around 7:30 and we rise and prepare to depart too. I want to return to the school, a thank you note to Anne Z., but ...