Jiaxing Gentle Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a bus available that could fit us all. This gave us time to get some breakfast and find the right gate so it passed quickly. The bus itself was fine, a little cold but most of us had a nap since it took an hour. It was also raining heavily in Tongli so we took an electric tourist buggy into town. The entrance ticket to the old town had be included in our bus ticket (optional) so we were all set to go over the ...
... that is what it has turned into. I know I have made
the right decision and I have felt better since making it. This last week has been a bit crazy,
what with making my decision, telling my host family and real family, telling ...
... that :-) On Christmas Day I took Serena to school as usual, but then went to Shanghai by train to meet with Pixie. We met in Xintiandi, one of the French concession areas that I had been to during the National Holiday, and had lunch in a place called The Fountain (which has a fountain outside it haha). We the went to Haagen Dazs. I was really happy to be doing something other than sitting in the house in Jiashan, and happy to see ...
... fairly painless experience but totally cringe at the same time. Then we had to record a video message for the other au pairs in other parts of China to be played at their Christmas party, but not content with a group one, we had to film individual videos according to nationality! So the 4 of us English au pairs had to film one, the Germans filmed one and the Hungarian and Italian got lumped together. It was really weird.
... by the window or aisle, shouting across the whole train as they figure it out. A couple of times people have come to me and asked where their seat is (?!) or thought that I am sitting in their seat even though I'm clearly not!! And I show them my ticket and point to the character by the seat that says "window/aisle" (it's in Chinese and English) and they mumble "hao de, hao de" (ok, fine) and sit where they're supposed to be sitting. I wonder if this is the first time people ...