Grand Park Jiayou Hotel
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... which is attached to a mall, pool, spa, play area, and restaurants - basically a little city in a big city. When Chad opened the blinds the first morning, we got our first view of Shanghai from the 12th floor, and it was amazing. I was officially excited and ready to explore.
Sidebar on heat, humidity, and air pollution: Growing up in Florida didn't even begin to prepare me for the oppressive heat that is China in the summer. There are good and bad days ...
We had a very comfortable eight hour train ride to Shanghai on the high speed train. The only option on this train is seats but it was during the day so it was ok. The seats were very comfortable and the whole train was a lot nicer than previous. Also, we reached a top speed of 246 km/h. Such a good way to travel.
We found a nice hostel in Shanghai that was within walking distance of Phoebe's apartment (Sarahs friend who has been living in Shanghai for the last ...
... some food safety concern about something.
We still had a great BBQ, and went to a friend’s place who’s balcony was bigger than our apartment! How the other half live! And enjoyed good company, good food, and of course good drinks!
On Monday we went to the Strawberry Music Festival in a park about an hour from the city centre, many acts on 8 different stages over 3 days, afternoon & evening. We chose Monday as Travis were playing. ...
... to go find food for dinner. Because it will be the middle of the day Saturday when we land (again our bodies will feel like it'll be 2am). We have traveled over 5000 miles and we still aren't there yet. Sidebar: I am still trying to figure out who the air marshall is...Megan from Bridesmaids would have figured it out by now and she'd show him how she could shove a nano up her butt....just saying... Update: we landed early at 1:30pm Shanghai time on Saturday, April 13. What a long long ...
... anti-US and anti-British stuff was common. There seemed to be resentment at the US presence in Japan following WW2, and they really get the brunt of the anger, with bizarre caricatures of Uncle Sam and historical figures (similar to the racist portrayal of asians in 1940's US comics - it made me feel slightly better than both sides did this) whereas a lot of the anti-British stuff was more like "China will be more successful than Britain within 15 years" There seemed a fundamental ...