Highton International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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In the evening we skyped the families which was lovely to chat to everyone then went out for food... I also had my first glass of wine in 11 days. I can assure you this went down well!
Today (17.11) we chilled out as its our last full day in Shanghai so we chilled out in Costa
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Much love L ...
... dancing with me, she smiled at me, then ran over to Mark, and started beating on his back. Lisa said she's there all the time, and always picks on him.
We walked towards the other end of the park, and there was a giant tress area, and along side there were two men, with calligraphy brushes, writing on the pavement with water. It was beautiful.
We continued through the park, back towards ...
... There were so many interesting and delicious options, I immediately thought of how much my husband and brother in law would have loved this brunch.
In addition to the variety of food, the diversity of the people was amazing as well. I heard german, french, spanish, british english, mandarin, japanese, and russian spoken and saw people of all ethnicities. It made me wonder what had brought every individual person here. There must ...
... an amazing garden. Lunch was Ramen noodles followed by a return ride to the airport on the Mag Lev train. Our top speed was 300 km/h but so smooth at accelerating and decelerating. The track was one single concrete track and it's build at an angle round the corners so it leans very steep into it. After this we went to the Science museum and did quite a few exhibits ...
... was definitely worth the wait, it had girls dressed as power rangers doing amazing acrobatics riding bikes, young guys jumping through hoops 15 feet in the air, girls with spines made of jelly folding themselves in half, a man catching a Ming vase on his head, acrobatics on trampolines, people swinging from the ceiling on trapezes and going up from the floor on giant ribbons. There were two acts which really blew our minds. The first was when a giant hamster wheel was ...