Grand Kempinski Hotel Shanghai
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
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... for their different cities and I got the sweetest messages from Cindy saying she hoped that we could be partners in Hangzhou and that she wants to take me to her home town to meet her family and see her home. So sweet!
We all split up for the afternoon to go to our different centers where we will be “floating” until we receive our residency. I should be staying at this one (which would be really convenient as it is so close to the ...
... up our tour of Shanghai, and ultimately, all of China as our flight on Friday morning took us to our next destination-- Singapore (one of my favorite cities in the world).
Catch all of you up once we settle into Singapore.
Our best to all of you, and let us know what you think with your comments!
... I would meet them at The People's Square. (I got all the way to the metro station before realising I was still in my slippers, and had to go all the way back home to get my flipflops!)
The three of us met up by People's Park and walked around to the bus station to get the Hu Zhu express bus to Zhujiajiao. We wandered around for a little bit through the shop-lined streets before stopping for lunch by a canal that I'm pretty sure Jon and I ...
... think the world would end as the Bible is relatively clear that we will "know not the day nor the hour." As I explained to my boss, this means that I wasn't really worried at all on December 21st...it's every other day I'm worried about! :) Regardless, despite my lack of concern for the world's demise, other people in China seemed relatively certain of our imminent doom. In fact, the government arrested lots of people who were saying they believed the world ...
... going into my last month in China.
First and foremost, I'm gonna get the whole I miss home, my friends, and my family thing out of the way. Spending 4+ months away from the people you've spent most of your time around turned out to be a whole lot more difficult than I anticipated. At first, I could very easily distract myself by seeing China's sights and burying myself in my schoolwork, but it wasn't long before I realized all of the experiences I ...