Park Hyatt Shanghai
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Si hay algo lindo es el contraste entre lo antiguo y lo moderno. Esto está en Shanghai separado por un río: de un lado el Bund y del otro el Pudong. En el primero encontraremos todos los edificios que conformaban la Shanghai de los años 20, cuando estaba dominada por los ingleses y en parte por los franceses y americanos. Bancos, …
... half way through, I realized that by January, I will be $2,000 in the red. OR in my case, short $2,000 since you can't use credit cards, and I really hate using them anyways so thats ok! I made some adjustments and tried to lower my US payments and move money around and managed to lower that number to exactly $243 dollars! I think I can make it even lower if Sallie Mae works with me on lowering my student loan payments while I am here! We tried to over budget ...
... his busy schedule to meet and spend time with us.
We were back on the road again, heading for our hotel which luckily, was a short distance away. A brief break to get unpacked and freshened up, and back downstairs to meet for dinner.
In the lobby, after 12 years of correspondence, we finally got to meet our friend Jesson Tong face to face. Jesson is the brother of Anna's foster mom. Jesson ...
... money for the photo until finally I gave him 1 RMB… I wasn’t so against giving him money as I was against supporting his leached monkey being yanked around for money…
Well, have to finish getting ready before meeting up with some friends for another adventure
From Shanghai, with love,
... now). We appeared to be the only non-Asian people in the restaurant. We checked out the menu and were then seated. We spotted a Western family so thankfully we weren’t the only ones that were getting funny looks. Finally, we had a fairly authentic Chinese meal. The chicken that John ordered came out complete with claws and beak! A bit off-putting but he managed to get some meat from it! Anne-Marie decided against the crazy chicken and stuck to ...