InterContinental Shanghai Pudong
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... br> Since ceramics and vases are one of the more common and famous form of artistry in China, it was important to me learn more about when it was most common and most renowned. Nowadays, vases are made more with earthenware. Back in the Ming Dynasty they were made more with pottery and clay. This makes these more unique and valuable staying so well preserved in their original form. There were many vases in the cases of various colors, designs and shapes. Don't forget ...
... days at sea on the beautiful Diamond Princess is certainly not a hardship for us.
Take care. (((Hugs to you all))).
P.S. The Captain just announced that he is planning to arrive in Hong Kong early so that if all goes well (and there are many logistical items to be worked out), we will overnight in Hong Kong and therefore spend two days in port there. ...
... brought out an enormous round table from the back room just for us. Coming back, we enjoyed some time in the dorms playing waterfall with about 10 of us. The game got hilarious as we started making absurd rules and when DJ had to chug a can of sprite because he popped the tab. Since the night was still young we went out to an Irish bar called O’Malley’s for a good time. We ended up spending a good amount of time there since we were having a lot ...
... landscape was so sparse and bare it was hard to believe a country could become this dull, with nothing but a Grey mist hovering over the tree's and houses it became a very sad country to look at.
Arriving in Beijing we checked into a fantastic and very cosy hostel and again crashed out after a very long day again arriving very late. With only one spare day in Beijing we decided to head to see the ever famous Giant Panda's, with such human ...
... teary-eyed. Ok, I admit it, I was definitely teary-eyed, but the lady behind the counter was mean…probably because I could barely understand her at this point.
Anyway, the school allowed me to make a late payment, though things were about to get worse. I returned to Western Union with my special code and smiled at the woman behind stall 4 or wherever I was in the line of cattle. She smiled back as I slid the code under the glass, and all at once ...