LDF All Suite Hotel
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... br> First of all each train going to a certain destination has a set line and a set
route. One going one way on that line and one going the other. This means that
travelling places is so easy because you can go to the same spot every time.
Not to mention that the trains are clean. Yes you have to stand most of the
time but they are air conditioned and managed to hold triple the amount of
people that our trains can. Need to change ...
People's Sunrise Number Four turned out to be a giant ball of fire cutting through the morning smog. I did find out that there is a rooftop-jogging track on the building. I may need to explore that for future sunrise and the elusive, yet unseen sunset pictures. I really had nothing on the agenda for today and toyed with the idea of randomly selecting one of the walking tours from my guidebook, "Shanghai Step by Step." There were also some grocery ...
... restaurant 367m up and the "sightseeing" top globe at 351m up is kitted out very tackily as a space capsule. All the usual tourist money grabbing gaming and retail areas on lower levels. Getting in was a breeze, getting out taught us to broaden our stance to firmly hold queue position, or suffer the Shanghai Shove as numbers in front of you steadily grew. However we managed to taxi back with time to freshen up before being picked up for the next adventure of the day.
... Sometimes with a few meetings in between but mainly working on your computer, writing mails, making presentations. Sometimes you see someone taking a nap in front of the computer. That is normal and somehow part of the culture. You can also see people taking a nap in the McDonalds. I will post a picture I once made…
At 5.45pm the music starts and everybody is hectically packing the bag and leaving the building to catch the shuttle bus home.
That is just a normal ...
Had a pretty fun weekend, well, not so much Sunday – I spent much of the afternoon waiting my turn in the visa office!
Other teachers on the same program Josh, Jess, Tom and Sophie were there too so it wasn’t too bad :o)
After the visa office we went back to the nearest metro station where there was a shopping centre where I bought Rosetta Stone mandarin (from what Chris ...