Xinfazhan Guhua Garden Hotel
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... them and decided to move on. Sonja wanted to go back to the shops at Yuyuan Garden as they were largely undercover. On trying to ask for directions to the Metro station, David had to have his photo taken with a young group of Chinese. Greg found a 'mate' when we reached the Garden area (and seemed to meet him fairly regularly from then on - "Australian - you go tea ceremony. Want a watch?). Sonja and Mary discovered a few bargains and David did some bartering, ...
Shanghai. One of the World's true Super-Cities, a place with a fascinating history - and reputation. It's hard to know exactly if it's the biggest city in the World. By some counts it is the 5th largest, and by others it is the largest. Either way, it's damn big!
If you come China and you don't visit Shanghai, then your visit to China isn't really complete. It has a break-neck speed and atmosphere that's as infectious as it is interesting. ...
... word but with a different tone. Makes sense for me but is difficult to keep in mind. Suddenly learning a language is getting a new dimension – not only learning the word but also the tone. The writing I will not do. My goal is to speak with a taxi driver or going shopping but not to write down words. Much too complicated for me although the writing looks like a beautiful mystery. But except for a few characters that I know recognize that ...
... She said they just eat a nice meal together, which is pretty much what families do in America, right? She insisted that we all come, so it looks like we have Christmas plans already :) Scott didn't join us because he was just sooo sick to go out, But he was able to order a pizza and have me bring it home for him. Funny, huh? And the next day he was feeling fine.
Saturday I was supposed to go tutor again. But I felt like I was too busy, with ...
... just to keep it all in perspective! Once again the night lights are really worth hanging around for, even if it does cost too much for a beer!
As good as the metro is, we still managed to walk a lot – a real lot! One stroll took us from Shanghai Railway Station to People’s Square via the canals and back streets. Another through the mish mash of old and new in the French Concession to Yu Gardens. And of course, how could we ...