Pei Mansion Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... we went sightseeing down by the Huangpu River. We took the metro down to the Pudong side of the river, on the east bank, home to the city's financial district. The skyscrapers here are gargantuan. But unlike New York, for instance, where the buildings are all bunched together, here they are spaced out a little. The result is that you really get a better perspective of their enormity, and a better view of them. It makes for a pleasant walk, feels ...
... dedans et moi aussi! Non mais! J'ai juste réussi à monter, il n'y avait plus de place assise donc j'ai dû rester debout dans l'allée centrale. La dame qui collecte les sous m'a fait savoir qu'il me faudrait descendre à People's square. OK. On y est arrivé environ 1h plus tard. Et là je me retrouve dans le rue, au milieu de Shanghai, pas très loin de mon auberge mais trop loin pour marcher surtout à cette heure-ci et avec ce froid. Donc ...
... Now I can walk all day and barely notice it. The numbness in my feet that used to plague me has very much diminished since I've been going on my bus adventures.
I usually have a goal in mind before setting out for an adventure like "Pizza at the Bamboo club". Or the fun of finding places that I've only heard about on the internet; such as "Pet Market Street" and "Musical Instrument Street". Both took me awhile to find out ...
... one or two songs in English (to show off their sweet English speaking skills). Then, the teachers of each class presented each student with a certificate specific to them (i.e. best smile, most creative, etc.) and gave them a gift bag filled with their art work from the year and a portfolio that was made for each one of them. Then, when it was Kindergarten's turn, the routine was similar but with a few extra fun things. First of all, they got to wear a cap ...
... today. Fay Fay and NaNa acclimated the best with us, a few of the others got more comfortable the longer we were there. These kids will surely steal your heart. A lot of the orphans are girls but they all have physical and medical needs. In China because of the one child laws it is difficult to convince families to keep these children and even harder to find local adoptive homes so most of these children are ...