New Space-Time Ruili Hotel
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... to nod and that seemed to please her and she wrote something down and pointed at a table behind a curtain and said lay down! I did but started to hyperventilate and tear up again. She snapped at me to “Calm down!” as she shoved a stethascope down my robe. You can imagine how calm I became... Finally she was done and she told me 108....
As I went into 108 Sadie was coming out with tears in her eyes... when she saw ...
I am extremely keen on trying different kinds of gourmet especially when I'm traveling in Shanghai. So many boutique restaurants scattered in the quiet and laid-back valleys around. All you need is searching and trying with patience.
Settebello on Anfu Road
The 3rd day in Shanghai during my stay in Shanghai, I found a surprisingly good one named "Settebello"- an Italian restaurant with a very cozy yard outside. When it's sunny and ...
... have been ok if I started singing Thrift Shop! (“Walk into the club like ‘what up I got a big…’”) After having survived the first part, I met back up with my friend and the rest was actually pretty relaxing. We didn’t spend any extra money on massages or what not. We did play a game of Go which was the first time I had ever played it. We went into the sauna which was 50 degrees (only 12 degrees hotter than it was ...
... was the one that was ok. There are 2 different types - the legal ones where you pay normal price and the "illegal" ones.
It's not so easy after all to get a taxi - they are all taken already. I watch how the Chinese do it and find out that you have to stretch out your arm to the side and then move your fingers up and down. I finally mange! Yeah, I can do it!
First working day is very good. The team seems pretty nice and I feel very welcome.
In the ...
... room has become my base of operations as I spend most every waking moment during the week slaving away at Chinese homework or trying to understand the minute complexities of US-China relations. As you can imagine, I don't get out much. I'm pretty sure my seat has become molded to the shape of my form and will stay like that forever. Whenever I think about this fact, I really wish I had taken more time to get out and see as much of Shanghai as possible. ...