Jinjiang MetroPolo Hotel Classiq Shanghai Peoples' Square
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... boss has officially started throwing plush toys at me (a sign that she loves me), and the Center Manager Caeser, has bought me lunch on several occasions and likes to feed me herself, and demands I eat what she says and that I try everything (I never go hungry and NEVER complain) even when she yells at me about NOT drinking while I am eating or demands I open my already full mouth to shove MORE food in there....The sales team have bought me lots of coffee and have ...
... fried lobster with truffled potatoes and lobster sauce, chicken in prosciutto or baby lamb chops in black bean sauce. And Alan's entree of prawns with jellyfish and seaweed in a Shaoshing soy marinade with fresh chilli was to die for!
A French woman sitting adjacent to us had holes in the soles of her shoes. For some reason, it reminded me of the Paul Simon song "Diamonds on the Soles of her Shoes". Why would you ...
... obvious that I am not Chinese and there are very few English speakers! I was getting stared at a lot and it left me feeling a little vulnerable and worried should I need to communicate with people! Saturday 16th On the Saturday night after Emily finished work we travelled to Moganshan, which was really nice. I've added an entry for that! Mon 18th This was my first day exploring the city by myself. I Went to bund ...
... has become fluent in German and Chinese and is a sponge. Can you imagine kids speaking 3 languages by the age of 10? That is impressive. Kelly is a wealth of knowledge and we exchanged information so I can bounce some info off of here when getting ready to pack. We talked about spices to appliances and she said that there is an initial adjusting period of about 6-8 weeks and then when over the bubble and you realize how safe this place is, you have a ...
... as we went. I especially loved the Fairmont Hotel (which had a piano once played by Charlie Chaplin in it!). The Shanghai skyline on the Pudong side is interesting, but pales in comparison to Hong Kong (also it's impossible to get a picture without several other tourists in it with you). Mitch was very helpful while I was trying to take pictures, standing uncomfortable close to people in the way of the photo so they would move. Unfortunately, personal space ...