Shanghai Marriott Hotel Hongqiao
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... this past year was an appreciation for the little things and an attempt, within myself, to reduce discontentment. I routinely hear people complain about the American government invading our privacy, cracking down on our freedoms, blah blah blah. The one thing I refrain from saying, though I want to, is one thing: you're a naive jackass. That, or you've never left the country, and if you have, you went to one invaded by American values or were in the ...
... you would find in Europe. It started as a warm day, and got more chilly as the day went on, but we still had a nice time walking around, taking photographs and exploring a new part of our city. We stopped at Urban Soup Kitchen for lunch, which calls itself a "New York style soup kitchen" but I'm not sure what that even means. It was a small place that seated only about 10, but had delicious soups and sandwiches for cheap. While walking along Wu Kong, ...
... both freshwater and salt water. I was looking forward to this visit as I make jewellery as a hobby, and I love real pearls and hand-knot them onto silk.
In the pearl farm, they explained to us how the pearls were cultivated, by injecting the mollusc to encourage it to start producing nacre. The lady brought out a huge bivalve (sort of like an oyster but much bigger) and said it was a freshwater mollusc. She prised open the shell and there ...
... used some sign language as they spoke it. Our school director/owner/my boss said so many times that he was extremely proud. I am glad. It was kind of emotional for me because for my kids, this was their last school concert at this school, ever. They will be graduating at the end of June and I can't believe it. I felt so much pride and every day that gets closer to June, I feel more of a pang realizing I will never see any of them again. These kids are such smart and wonderful ...
... JiaJia Soup Dumplings at no. 90 Huanghe Road opposite to Yangs. Served in bamboo steamers and specially steamed per order. Packed full of locals and considered one of the best in the country. Definitely worth a visit.
How to eat a delicate dumpling- there are many methods of eating these suckers. The traditional way is to dip it in vinegar and consume it whole. The dumplings are designed to be bite size with just ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility