Hyatt on the Bund
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We had time to browse the many shops along “Old Street,” which was lined with Ming style homes and storefronts. Unfortunately, our camera was left on the bus, so we don’t have photos of this beautiful town. This day seemed to us to involve way too much bus time to see very little.
After visiting Tongli, we head back to Shanghai. On the way back Mae, our local guide told us ...
... seems more pleasant. In Shanghai, you can find policemen everywhere, but not in a nice way. There’s also plenty of homeless people and beggars in the streets, whereas in Hong Kong you don’t see a lot of them. Finally, Hong Kong’s metro system is far more convenient than Shanghai’s, the people appear friendlier and it’s much easier to get around with only English. Nevertheless, Shanghai turned out to be a really great city, my first impression was certainly ...
Days 14 - 17 – Ganquan Foreign Language School, Shanghai With the formal welcoming ceremonies now past, the girls have been settling down into their new surroundings and new school routines. As they are staying in the Senior Campus, the girls must cross over to the Junior campus for their classes. And although it's just a short walk, it is a walk that is welcomed and enjoyed, as they take in the surrounding beauty of the blossom trees blooming in their early season ...
... through the day that he was treated well. After he had been sprung by his university sponsor, one of the cops text him. "Merry Christmas John." It wasn't even sarcastic! Go figure.
New Year in Shanghai. It's a bustling metropolis full of new,old, poor and rich. Beautiful new buildings, many in art-deco style, attest to the money there, but among them are old sections where people eke out a living selling noodles and ...
... on, the more and more similar I got to rowing. Everyone needed to be in motion, so we would go really slow to get in time, then bring up the pace, then everyone would get out of time, we would get yelled at, slow down, and start over again. The workout was definitely nice though, as was the time out on the lake with gorgeous weather. I couldn’t help reminiscing on the memorable times on the grand river, working the legs in our novice 8. We also have ...