Holiday Inn Express Shanghai Jinqiao
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... the photo as well. We talked about how I liked Shanghai, if I would consider coming back next summer.. I think he was under the impression that I would go to a different country each summer – maybe if I’m lucky! We also discussed the cost of being educated in a foreign country. Seth said that his neighbor paid for his boy to go to USC, but when he came back to China the boy couldn’t find a job that fit his expectations.. A ...
... audience voted and eliminated some, judges eliminated some, then 101 media representatives from around China came onto stage to chose from the final two, the host was the Chinese Ryan Seacrest who is famous for being a host, instead of clapping people waved their light sabers, there was a clap track and people had to be told when to clap to show it on the screen, there was an awesome "preview" of So You Think You Can Dance, with live performers and the judges came ...
... turns out he can always email to them if he can't make it into the office. It would have been hard for Scott to make it to the second school without the bus the company provides because he doesn't know it's address. Also, his company calls the schools funny codes (ex. Happy, JM, CJY. They're meaningless) so we don't know the actual names of the schools so we couldn't look up the address.
His boss seemed to think it was inconvenient for me to drop them off, but Al ...
... off, they also considered and committed to traveling, as well. So, billions of people flying and taking trains and leaving the city alongside us for a more expensive cost? No, thank you! Instead, since the city was much more empty, we chose to take our trip when it is a little warmer and less difficult to travel, and do some sight-seeing type activities. It was really nice.
Of course, I was sick. AGAIN. But, I took some time trying to feel better: sleeping, drinking a ...
... from the funeral directors written by my father and uncle, before everyone began bowing and writing a short message on a card that was stuck onto a rose. Then there were more bowing before it concluded. Nearly everyone was crying and some crying when they were bowing.
When it ended, it was bright and sunny at the cemetary. The cemetary there is A LOT different from the ones in Australia. The one where my grandpa's buried is ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services