Xinfazhan Guhua Garden Hotel
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... night and were completely amazed. They did pretty much every famous stunt you could think of and loads more. Each stunt was breathtaking and the performers were just as good as Cirque de Soleil, but for about a quarter of the price.
Shanghai is often referred to as the shopping & style capital of China and we weren't let down. Despite lots of window shopping in the seemingly hundreds of branches of Tiffany's & Cartier I escaped without ...
... cobblestone alleys and made for San authentic feel. Once inside the Yu Gardens, we toured its majestic buildings. Most of the roofs had small army figures to 'ward off the evil spirits'. The shape of the building also hypothetically did this too. A small pond revealed dozens of 'happy fish', or goldfish, who swam right up to the bridges in search of food. They are called happy fish because they are happy no one eats them since they taste so awful. ...
... shops and even 2 Starbucks although one was being renovated and I can tell you the Chinese do not see to car about OHS (occupational health and safety) there was stuff everywhere and a number of accidents waiting to happen! We all saw a number of different shops and were all bugged by people wanting to sell us stuff and not take no for an answer. A strange man came up to me and started chatting but, his English was really good, I mean really really good. He was talking about ...
... so I could pay without further problems.
In the lesson after that Ying explained to me how to order a new bottle of water for my water cooler (actually it is a heater not a cooler as traditionally Chinese don’t drink cold water only room temperature or hot water). She asked me to call the reception when she was there but I actually was too ashamed that they would not understand.
... was the most relaxed, and I made eggnog. Strong, whiskey eggnogg. So really the other two nights didn't have a chance. I also made whiskey glazed carrots courtesy of the pioneer woman and my oh my were they delicious.
Saturday night was a much bigger potluck w/ about 30ish people. Mostly all teachers from SHSID. It was good, but frankly I was over Thanksgiving by that point and ready to just sit on my couch with my own bottle of wine. I made ...