- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... Once again, nurse Julie though is ever calm and caring, saying not to worry and advising Winnie to just call Dr. Liam and talk about it on Thursday. My hope is we are done around midnight and can be off to home and bed.
Nurse Julie is with ...
... many more amazing ornate carvings in jade, wood, and metals.
As we’re driven around, one thing is clear: this is a city in the midst of a massive transformation. In the core areas, all the buildings are sparkling new, or in progress. Concrete is being poured, and multiple cranes top off each construction site.
Joyce and I took a short walk around the area of the cruise terminal and found a block of shabby two-story apartments in ...
... After Shanghai was established as the trading port in 1846, a street was paved there and the riversides were reinforced. Then, rows of commercial buildings were constructed. As the UK Concession, a building boom at the end of 19th century and beginning of 20th century led to the Bund becoming a major financial hub of East Asia. It was the centre of the city's politics, economy and culture more than a hundred years ago, consulates of most countries and many ...
... to make sense, unlike the previous lesson we had, which was slightly overwhelming with syllables and sounds. Another thing we learnt today was about tones. There are four different tones in mandarin, and these are very important when pronouncing words, because if the tone isn't correct you could be saying something completely different. These four tones sound similar in a fast conversation (which is worrying) but broken down it is made a ...
... into a frenzy. So the name Mr. Wagon stuck :)
Right off the bat as the kids slowly trickled in, each bringing a little more crazy than usual, they were amped up because of our visitor. After a little free reading time (for Ryan it was more being a coffee table for books) we all gathered around for some morning group time where the kids dazzled Ryan with their weather watching abilities and vast knowledge of calendar lingo. After all the formalities it was ...