Jinjiang Inn Shanghai Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... pedestrian-only area with boutique restaurants, all in buildings that were very old European style. Some were covered in plants; others had little bridges on their second floor. Most of them had tables out the front. It was the kind of place where you could sit and people-watch all day. Natalie and I decided to get a drink from one of them, as the mocktails looked delicious. That, and the fact that the mocktails were called ‘Healthy Cocktails’, and ...
... font-size: 12px; line-height: normal;">In the cab we clung on to each other, hoping that we'd even make it to the hospital, but as Brian said - maybe he wouldn't need it after all if the ride takes a turn for the worst. After the near scare that the driver was lost, but actually his GPS just took us a different way, we paid our fare and said our best 'shia shia' and climbed out of the cab to arrive hospital. SEIMC is attached to a public hospital and ...
... train on the opposite railbed. They flew by so quickly we barely saw them. We stayed at maximum speed for several more minutes, then rapidly decelerated, gliding to a stop as we arrived at the airport.
Surprisingly, the ride was not completely smooth nor quiet. The cars vibrated and there were several unexpected bumps. The train had many of the same sounds you might expect in a standard rail car. In fact, if you ...
... about the course. I'm not sure if i mentioned but we are like celebrities on campus, as this is the first year they have ever done an international course.
People love to know what you're studying, where you're from, what room you're in... they are friendly! (A shame they are heavily outweighed by the miserable and rude people outside the campus). The girls are the friendliest, the boys don't really talk to us, or even smile!
Anyway, it was a great opportunity to ...
... and has now done it a few times in the past week. Cheaper than a regular taxi, and probably more fun-- and terrifying. It was also his first time riding on a motorcycle, so he had a few new experiences all in one! I liked hearing about it, but am still a little afraid to try it myself. It's not the motorcycle that scares me, but the people and cars and scooters AROUND the motorcycle. However, Jamie survived both the illness and the ...