Holiday Inn Shanghai Pudong
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... near the outdoor bistros, and saw a statue/fountain.
We continued through, walking by the skyscrapers, along the walkway that was built for the 2010 World Expo. It was a good opportunity to see the big center of the city, of Pudong.
... and sang from The Barber of Seville and a few other opera songs. It was a lovely addition to the meal and I lingered for a bit to listen to the performance.
I was slowing down quite a bit, so I made my last savory plate a cheese dish with a variety of cheeses, smoked salmon, parma ham, capers, and crackers. It was all very good, but I was too full at this point to partake in any of the noodle dishes or stews that I saw, especially ...
... down, dried fish in baskets, and rice. The meat wasn't covered and just left out in the open shelves. They had a help yourself bakery section. It wasn't until we got to the confectionary section that we noticed that someone was watching us. We got some snickers bars out of the cupboard then I went back to get some and they locked it after we moved. Like I was going to steal it or something. I had to wait for the chick to come over and unlock the case. ...
... every single second of every single day and night. But when you are sick, you are sick, and when you want to be your very best at your job, you must be responsible, and when you are living off of what you have until your paycheck finally comes at the end of October, you do what you can. We are trying to be smart, but in the meantime, even without going out all the time right now at the beginning of our move here,there is still a lot to see and do just in this small part ...
... it is al quite lovely.. No one seemed to be complaining though. They say they can discuss whatever they like without fear of retribution. All very interesting.
Tomorrow we will take a short tour of Shanghai before we leave in the evening for a day at sea and then a day in Xiamen. We were supposed to meet with some college students there, but that was cancelled. We speculate that the government doesn't want the students causing trouble, but that is sheer speculation.