Forte Hotel Shanghai
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... Longyang Road transit hub which included the maglev station. There were numerous explanatory signs with diagrams describing how the train works. One sign downplayed any potential dangers from electromagnetic energy.
The elevated platform held no tracks, just two concrete rail beds.
The sleek train pulled into the station, looking exactly like any other modern train. The doors on our side remained closed ...
... a tree frog and me going to one of the most populated cities in the world.
London to Frankfurt was pretty uneventful apart from me getting quite grumpy with German Customs I just bought toiletries airside they were sealed with receipts but lo and behold another random security gate and all my liquids got binned I was not happy and showed my displeasure in a typical British fashion, I sighed and did not say thank you ...
... Shanghai family in the 16th century. They described the architecture and landscaping in detail, while we gaped and took pictures. Some of the garden was destroyed duringthe Opium Wars, but it's now bueatifully restored and maintained. Small stone bridges zig-zag through Koi ponds, leading to beautiful views of plants and buildings. The only difficulty in enjoying this marvelous place was the number of people crowding through it.
We rested up back ...
... the kids I'll see on Saturday, they would then be ahead of all my other classes. I'd sooner keep them all in line with each other so I know where I'm at, so I'm going to do lessons that are half review, and half games. :o)
Should be going to Hangzhou to visit Chris with Rosa, Liliana and Kate on Sunday, assuming there are train tickets left for me once I've got my passport back! I almost wish I hadn't accepted to go ...
... park, and happened to experience a very brief moment in front of this palace garden when NO ONE ELSE WAS AROUND. Seriously, these moments NEVER happen. In fact, I believe it was the first moment I've experienced, outside of my apartment walls, where I wasn't among a hoard of hustling Asians. We capitalized on the moment with this picture and soon resumed fighting for space and good pictures.
Next, we headed to the Bund which is a ...