Golden Island Hotel Shanghai
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... so they had crossed paths. After chatting with them for a few hours, we headed out to get more food! Chinese food is so good I really am making the most of my last few days here by eating as much as I can! We got delicious street food gyozas, a sort of roh ja moh, MORE egg custards (delicious Cantonese egg custard, Portuguese tart, and of course the peach), and a huge slice of watermelon! I also tried apple fanta which was crazy ...
... t. They were so yummy! We did a bit of shopping....were taken to a branch of the silk factory we had missed in the morning, then had to be taken to the "secret" knockoff place (Rolex, Gucci and Smucci, as Dvir would say) and when we had finally turned down enough vendors, we headed for dinner. After which we saw an amazing Acrobatics show, with acts of balance and trapeze, and the finale of young men riding scooters in formation inside a giant sphere, with ...
... was actually a rather nice Australian dry red on offer - a change from the usual Great Wall normally offered as the house wine!! And we were impressed by the generous glass size too - no lines half way up the glass at this establishment. Although we discovered when we ordered the second round that they only had 6 glasses and needed the first round ones back to recycle for 2nd round!
At 7:00 Alex collected us from the hotel and we made good time ...
... then. It seriously blows my mind. Back then, my main focus was on getting through the rest of the semester and then student teaching and then graduation! I am jealous that he gets to go "home" and I wish that I could with him. But, I know that the next time I set foot on American soil, I plan on not leaving again for quite awhile!
We are looking forward to Parent Teacher Conferences at the end of November, and we are very excited for ...
... as we did indeed have first class tickets. Hopes were soon dashed as the lounge was a petitioned off section of the main concourse full of cheap DFS sofas with only water and single wrapped biscuits. It did have the largest TV I have seen for a while as a notice board running the train times and videos of ancient monuments. The clocked ticked on and we boarded the train. This was truly first class we had pod like seats of leather all facing the same way. ...