Highton International Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... chicken a mouse would be easy to pantomime. When that failed I found the Chinese word for mouse in the dictionary and rudely pointed my phone at the gentleman helping me. I could see he now understood what I meant and brought me over to the mice. I thought I was done until I realized I wanted a cordless mouse. Would you believe I tried to pantomime again? I did and this time it still didn’t work. I found the word for cord and shoved the phone ...
... 20 stops from the airport People's Square. We then walked about 25 minutes to our hotel. It was dark, we were tired, and some of the people around the park and on the way to our hotel were sketchy.
We got to the hotel around 10:30 PM. Luckily, the hotel was very nice. Everything looks clean, keycard door access to the hotel rooms, clear walled(glass) showers/bathroom.
Time for sleep. Shanghai tomorrow!
Ok...bear with me. I don't know what day it is or where I am!!! I fly home on Saturday the 10th. I leave here and arrive there. Other than that it is a struggle.
Things went downhill yesterday afternoon and I have resorted to Imodium, Pepto and Cipro! I missed the excursion and pretty much slept from 3pm to 5am, with a quick hello so all knew I was alive. Hopefully, I will be set to fly to Shanghai later today. I am sure it will be whirlwind nonstop when we get there, so ...
... it.Tang means soup, sugar, ly down or vey hot depending on the tone used to say it. Tricky, tricky.. I am currently working on basic greetings and phrases.
I picked up my "copy" pants from the fabric market and, for 20 dollars, I think they are fine. The stiching, if you look closely is not great quality, but hopefully no one stares at the stiching of hems too long!
Jim and I had dinner with a couple about our age from ...
... in a seat is going to be a tough at least we're not standing!
The first sightseeing place on our list was the Shanghai City Planning Hall which doesn't sound like a tourist destination but it was amazing. The first 2 floors gave you a brief insight into the history of Shanghai and The Bund, which is now known as a river bank overlooking the financial district but was once an inland port. There were great displays showing the changing ...