Jin Sha Hotel
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... the Longyang Road South station, the termination station of the high speed airport train, the Maglev. The Maglev bullet train can achieve speeds of 450kph and reaches the airport in just 8 minutes.Maglev stands for MAGnetic LEVitation line and is the first commercially operated train of its type. It was built in 2004 at a cost of 1.2 billion. We had decided that we ...
... My question: Can you buy them altogether? Is there somewhere a shop selling the whole set?! I didn't find out yet. But anyway, so Antje and I had the marvellous idea of wearing partner look. That is easy for us as we have the same taste and often buy the same clothes. Normally we try to avoid wearing them on the same day but this time we did it on purpose and we were Shanghai most famous Germans that day! The foreigners did not seem to understand the little homage to ...
... we had a good chat and watched the A Team :o) She's been pretty stressed recently, I think China's getting to her! She has just booked her flight home now though, so hopefully that'll help her.
And finally, this week I am feeling like a bit of a heifer, because on Friday I sat on the swivel chair that has supported me three days a week since the beginning of September, and one of the five little leg things just popped off!!
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... Andrea a bread stick and she manages to get it down. Needless to say, this wasabi is off limits. Tim joins us and just as we tell him the wasabi will burn his eyeballs, he takes a walloping good sample. Another coronary in the making as he throws down his utensils, grabs some bread and yogurt, and wipes his eyes. Yeah, no more wasabi for us! We finish up and head to the bus. Today, we're off to the Lingyin Temple, "a 1600 year old Buddhist ...
... Things I have learned about Shanghai…1. The best way to see Shanghai is at night. The city is magnificent. The lights radiate off the many skyscrapers and reflect off the River.2. There are actually areas cars drive through that gauge their speed and will issue tickets, the areas closely resemble an i-Pass area. Hopefully America does not invest in one of these areas soon. I'd be ticketed on a regular basis. 3. The food is HORRIBLE, or at least the ...