Grand Park Jiayou Hotel
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... boys room number and called them, it ended up in a bad way and teachers got involved and well lets just say next morning at breakfast the girls of their group were going to kill us girls but their boys found it funny and our teachers didn't mind haha.
so we saw the way they lived and went to a load of boring museum ...
... after WW2? There were some Jews already in Shanghai and they assisted with the papers and approvals needed for the refugees to settle as "Recognized Displaced People". There was a Jewish news paper, bakeries and cafés, and even a Yiddish Theatre set up but we did not recognize anybody or names in the pictures. About the only time that our guide became animated was when Lee and I saw the story of the Pulvermacher Family with a photo of the now Pulver family. ...
... up at 7! By then I was full. We met in the lobby and headed off to the science and technology museum. At the museum we stood outside for around 45 minutes waiting for our guides to get us in. We had a few photo opportunities and even managed to get a group shop and shots of the groups. Once we were inside we were told by the guides to meet back at 10.00am if you wanted to go to the market and 12.00pm if you want more time! It was already 9.05, so this seemed a little odd! ...
... a custom I really liked in China was to always treat your driver to meals) went out to this local place and I had delicious spicy cauliflower... maybe I can survive this China trip after all!
Awkward: it was really hot and humid AND because the water is so toxic they have to boil it and they mainly serve it hot as herbal tea... hot water on a hot day. Great.
... and bought a pastry and a bun - even though they don't even taste very good because Chinese people don't get baking - and went back to the original Bank of China by my flat that I had used the previous week. I transferred the money as before, again paying roughly 10% in fees. But it's done with now hopefully.
Naturally by then I was too late for exercise and for the museum, and even if I hadn't been, I would have been too angry at the world to enjoy either!