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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... full costume. The huge crowd watching all had giant plastic clappy hands to applaud with at the end. So funny!
I said bye to my new friend and headed back home on the Metro. I love meeting people when traveling! I know people from all over the world now and it is the PERFECT way to find locals for when I travel to their countries! LOL! When I got to the hotel I met up with Sadie and Alicia and we headed straight back out again. We decided to wander down a ...
Salut mes chatons, It has been a busy couple of days! We finished all of the course work for my program! With that being finished, there was no longer any reason for me to stay in Hongkou (the neighborhood where my hostel was located), so I left! I am now in a very nice and inexpensive hotel near Nanpu Bridge! The bridge is very famous and connects the South Bund part of Shanghai to the Expo Center ...
... early eighties, when at the Budd Company, we were designing the Mag-Lev and marketing the concept of high speed rail. And then, while at Bombardier, we were selling them. But, this was my first high speed rail experience too. It was fantastic, as smooth as we had planned it, as pleasant as could be with a lot of foot room and beautiful scenery. In 5 hours, which just flew by ('tracked by' just doesn't sound ...
... the driver cam back and said
something that abviously meant that everybody should leave the bus. Half
sleeping I asked the unknown colleague next to me what the matter was. She
explained that the bus was broken and we would need to take a taxi.
We went out of the bus into the subtropical rain. The Chinese colleague immediately saw in
me someone who needs help being not able to speak more Chinese than five words.
So she took me by ...
... a DVD store where she often buys new movies. If you are picturing an open-air market like the kind we have in Europe, think again. Almost all markets here in Shanghai are basically buildings with small shop after small shop lining the corridors. This particular DVD shop sells very cheap (probably fake) DVDs and CDs, but ones of a very good quality. I may have slightly lost control of myself and bought a small pile of series and movies worth a small fortune in Europe, yet only ...