Golden Island Hotel Shanghai
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Renee and I decided to bite the bullet and pay the forty-five dollars for the hotel's breakfast buffet. It had been a difficult week of trying to find food on our own and the only good meal we had all week was the night before. We got cleaned up and went downstairs at 10:45. We were told the buffet closed at 10:30. Feeling a bit frustrated, Renee suggested we go to Barker and Spice. It is another big chain restaurant ...
M'hauria agradat fer més d’un escrit de la nostra estada a Shanghai, però m’ha estat més fàcil fer-ne un "paquet", tot i que penso que serà massa llarg, però és que anem molt amb retràs: de fet, escrivim això des de Kyoto!
Shanghai té 23 milions d’habitants i des que vam arribar que estem al-lucinats de la modernitat d’aquesta ciutat. No és un lloc per venir a contemplar temples ni per admirar la ...
... by the wartime crises. Many of the structures were subdivided into government offices, department stores or storage areas. Furnishings were sold off or destroyed, and architectural features covered. The Oriental Pearl TV & Radio Tower 东方明珠广 ;播电视塔 Add: 1 Pudong Century Avenue, Shanghai 浦东新区世 ;纪大道1号 Tel: +86 21 58791888 ...
Who needs TV when you can watch traffic out of your window? The driving here can be quite entertaining and lanes are a mere suggestion and laying on the horn is the norm (those are fighting words in Texas!). I can't count how many times I’ve seen cars drive down the wrong (different) lane, about to clip those on mopeds or bikes. Also, why waste time looking for a parking spot when there’s a perfectly good sidewalk? Today, while walking to class ...
... owned by the
French). In the next coming weeks we plan on touring places such as Xi’an,
Chengdu, and Beijing. Tyler has to leave the country at least once, or his visa
runs out, so we are looking at flying to either Vietnam, South Korea, or
Singapore. I will try to keep you informed of future travels, and get pictures
of some of these trips uploaded (my camera died and I am working on getting the
pictures from other ...