Green Court Serviced Apartment
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... by the gate agent and told to be quiet! HA) Thank goodness he made it!
We flew back the same route we flew there, in reverse - through Russian airspace again (yikes), just on the rim of the Artic Circle, over Alaska, and down the coast of California. This 12 hour international flight was the easiest long flight I've ever had IN MY LIFE. Strange but I was able to awkwardly, with lots of shifting and tossing, sleep off ...
... was the dumpster area, a concrete wall with a window, and a wheelbarrow outside it. A man was behind the wall, shoveling trash into the wheelbarrow. There were postings around advertising services, such as a driver, cleaners, etc. There were different areas of the village where there were open areas of grass, that had begun to be be turned into a garden.
Again, we saw rickshaws everywhere. One lady had a skillet on the end of ...
... new place.
It all began with being dropped at the wrong hotel, although we had the name of the hotel written in Chinese. He unloaded all our bags and the name jumped out at me “Salvo Hotel” instead of our Charms Hotel. We pulled the paper out again for him to have his “ah ha moment” ooooops wrong hotel. Everything back into the trunk of the car and quickly over to the center of the city right off of Nanjing ...
... and queens, cutlery, crowns, weapons and carriages. Really an impressive collection but the highlight are the fabergé eggs. We walk around the Kremlin to the churches in the courtyard. There's a show with soldiers marching around and also horseback soldiers. The kids enjoy it. Seeing the Kremlin has made our day! At this point, we're a bit fed up with Russia and we spend the next couple days getting ready for our big train journey. We go to Gorky park and we play football ...
... that happened at school recently:
I was teaching them the sound /sh/ and words that have /sh/ in it. One of the words the book I was using gave was shock. I was trying to explain shock was a surprise, I think I said "oh that is so shocking!" This one little boy (the one who called me ugly teacher) said, "Ms. Lindsey! Your eyes! So shock!" Of course, I laughed and laughed. They are no longer blue eyes, but shock eyes.
On Thanksgiving, at circle time, I asked kids to ...