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... and its old, ancient parts. I really loved this city. After dinner, we checked into the Peninsula Shanghai Hotel. We have really been spoiled with our accommodations, and this hotel was at the top of the list. I just wished we could have stayed there longer. Each room had four distinct areas - foyer, bedroom with sitting area, bathroom, and dressing room. There were fax machines in each room (although Joyce noted they are something of a relic), a nail ...
... had excellent therapists who worked out every knot and kink regardless of how painful or of the bruises we found all over Renee. Seriously she looks like a crime scene. I think I can actually make out her therapist’s fingerprints. Nonetheless we actually did enjoy the massages and found them very relaxing. It was also time for me to get my Fred Flintstone feet managed back to at least primate status. Renee was also due for a pedicure as ...
... and when he told us we all got so tickled that we had to excuse ourselves to the bathroom before we laughed our heads off in front of everyone. When our meal was over and we had to say goodbye it was really hard not to get teary eyed when I thought of all the nice things these complete strangers had done for me and that after only a few days I had to say goodbye. After diner Howard took us to walk on the bund together which has a great view of the business district of ...
... I say this only about the people because China itself is so modern that it looks like any western country (although I have never seen Yak carcass being carried through Warrington). I found it difficult to understand at times why people wanted pictures and why they never asked. In China it frustrated Me but in India I didn’t care. I couldn’t see what the difference was. Then there is the toilet habits, pushing, spitting, children pooing on ...
... br> Circles and Squares - there are many circles and squares intentionally used in Chinese architecture to represent heaven (circle) and earth (square). They have carried this forward to modern architecture wanting the balance of heaven and earth just as they balance the round Bird's Nest next to the square Water Cube.
Yin and yang - this is still a common guide in balance in many areas even in meals. Feng Li said that they will cook ...