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... we were able to catch up and he could show us around a bit.
Our first impressions of Shanghai were favorable. Elizabeth saw Zara and other shops she recognized, Conor liked to see in person the large buildings of Shanghai like the bottle cap and the communication tower from our apartment. I liked the Xintiandi area of Shanghai - it is a rare area in Shanghai that has kept its charm by restoring ...
... somewhat managed. I took a couple of chicken breasts and marinated them in some Japanese mixture with a little olive oil. I am not really sure what it was but it came from the Japanese isle at the Carrefour. I preheated the over to what I hoped was around three hundred fifty degrees and put in the chicken for thirty minutes. I reheated the leftover Peppered Beef Fried Rice from last night’s dinner and threw together a couple of salads and voila, ...
... and towns to promote socially sustainable and efficient living It's incredible, truly: you can't help but come here and feel inspired. It may be government socialist propaganda, and indeed it feels like it, but with the completion of the Maglev train and the ongoing construction of a similar network which will run all the way to Hángzhōu, there's a definite sense that these plans will probably come into being. You can't fault the ambition of this place - ...
The next leg of the trip should be relatively simple. Land at Pung airport and transfer to the next flight to New York. With a much smaller layover period partly thanks to the previous flight delay, it should all go pretty smoothly. On approach to Shanghai I have a sense of comfort that this transfer will be much easier than the last. All seems well, until a flight attendant announces "Due to poor weather conditions, we will be landing at Shanghai International ...
... hereafter) had power to do so, I would be stranded in Europe and had to buy a new flight back home.
Challenge One: Get issued boarding passes to Shanghai
Since I did not have the visa, there was a chance the airline would be an ass and not allow me to board. The lady that dealt with my check in was not informed about how Chinese visa worked at all, and she only asked if I have Chinese passport/visa. I told her I'm going to Hong Kong not ...