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... modern, fast paced, fashion capital of China; a city of 23 million people! First a taxi took us to the wrong hotel but eventually we arrived and dropped off our luggage and headed straight out to the Shanghai museum whilst we waited for our rooms to be ready to check in to. This is the main problem with overnight trains! The museum was better then perhaps some of the attractions on offer in Beijing. It had interesting galleries of furniture, paintings, calligraphy and ceramics. ...
... about how it could be better. Turned out that going from intensive elementary to intensive intermediate is a huge jump. I was about to say that I was happy to do regular intermediate until Jean yelled at me to not say it.
Olivia said, "Every man for himself." I snapped, "Hell yeah, girl. You should know me by now. At least I am honest. " Olivia responded, "That is why we love you, Benny!" I shouted, "Liar."
... awesome and ancient, the people are even more wonderful to watch and play with. Folks were doing their early morning Tai Chi and exercises. They were dancing. They were playing badmitton, majong, chinese chess, and cards. It was wonderful. Many of the young kids wanted to practice their english on us and we had fun with playing with them.
We then headed to the Summer Palace. It was cooler there, the reason the ...
... can properly excavate and maintain the other tombs’ artifacts, the tombs will remain sealed. We reach the top of the Soul Tower and enjoy the green vistas of mountains, a perfect blue sky, other Soul Towers peeking out of the trees, and a few cell towers. OK, so the cell towers don’t fit, but the day is absolutely perfect as we pay homage to the emperors entombed in the 15 square mile cemetery. It’s almost time to leave, so ...
... in Desiree, an Italian student, and she was held back to take pictures with the Chinese group. It was insanity, and I recorded a small part of it.
After that, we proceeded to get lost trying to find our meeting place..go figure. Luckily we found it before long, but we ended up having to wait for 6 students who weren't as fortunate. By the time we got back to the hotel, it was about 4:45. You'd think we'd be done for the day at that point...but Mitchell had other plans. ...