Pei Mansion Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... night and proud we had found a decent watering hole we left ready for bed. The following week we returned and I even managed to find some decent songs to rap along to BUZZIN, however, Dogey as sin men were coming in and peering in a bit more often than we cared for, another 'Party girl' strutted in opened herself a beer and started guzzling. We were there for just over an hour when our trusty shopkeeper came hurriedly in, packed up our things and declared we ...
... the Japanese invasion. He is credited with saving about 600 lives by providing a safe haven for people at his home. Although Siemens called him home, he chose to remain here to help the people he had grown to love. He is quite a hero to the Nanjing people, and we were glad to learn more about him. He kept an extensive diary that has been published, and it details many of the atrocities of the Japanese military.
Tonight we were blessed to share dinner with four ...
... they have family living and working in Shanghai (what a coincidence!). It was so encouraging and exciting to see faces from home. It was really, really great. I was very proud of myself because I rode the Metro all by myself to come meet them. It was about an hour on the Metro and then I had to walk for about 10 more minutes to find out. Shanghai is a HUGE city and I was so proud of myself to find the meeting spot all on my own! We had a delicious ...
... met the other employees and my direct supervisor, Darren (who hired me and I have been speaking with on a regular basis) and they all seem like genuinely nice people and will be fun to work with. Ceasar went over my contract with me and informed me that I would be working 20 hours a week at a school near our apartment. I had originally wanted to work 40 hours a week but the school I would have been working at was a 1 hour subway ride ...
... so back to the endless towers of Shanghai.
I headed to the Continental
beauty salon, this time without a translator, but the hairdresser knew
me from last time and we got along just fine.
I wanted to look presentable for our trip to Huangzhou the next day. Shu-Hwa
and I were both , but I thought I’d explore a bit for dinner around the busy
streets and shopping centres around the hotel. ...