Fraser Suites Top Glory Shanghai
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... tower and the second tallest in the world! Unfortunately for us, the rain drove us inside McDonalds, where we had fun ordering by pointing fingers. It was pretty cheap and helped us dry out so we couldn't complain!
Walking along the elevated pedestrian walkway, we continued along towards the Jin Mao Tower, which is only surpassed in height by the World Financial Centre and the Shanghai Tower. Inside the tower starting on the 53rd floor is the Grand Hyatt Hotel, ...
... air conditioning (although the weather has been great--not too hot in Xi'an). Instead of the buffet, we chose the hotel restaurant tonight, and it was okay food. I am beginning to really miss healthy, fresh, raw food. We were graced by another wonderful concert, but this time it was a young lady playing a traditional Chinese stringed instrument, the zheng. Since Shelley owns one of these and has taken lessons, it was quite a treat for her.
Another fun day in China.
"The land is mine and you reside in my land as foreigners and strangers. Throughout the land that you hold as a possession, you must provide for the redemption of the land." -Leviticus 25:23-24
When I first landed in Shanghai back in November, someone from the school came with a driver to pick me up from the airport. As we were driving through Shanghai she was pointing out some things as we drove. At one point I asked her if it is foggy and dreary in ...
... some soy sauce on it. We both thought it tasted well and we will continue to experiment with it (seeing as we have a 30 lb bag of rice sitting in our pantry). For any of you planning to visit, prepare yourself for some Lindsey and Scott homemade Chinese cuisine!
I included a few videos with my pictures because I was informed some people were a big fan of our apartment tour video and it made you feel like you were here with us. We'll do our best to make lots more! Hope you enjoy.
... China Eastern aircraft is an Airbus 340, 4-engines, 2-4-2 seating, with us with a window and an aisle seat, unfortunately right over the wing. For some obscure reason, we had been re-located from our preferred 62, well behind the wing, to 41.
The entertainment system was drop-down screens (which we couldn’t see properly from our seats) with Chinese films, or French films with Chinese subtitles, so Dianne got the Foxtel ...
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