Jin Jiang Pine City Hotel
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... level was an exhibit on a series of industrial parks that were developed in Shanghai, it was not very interesting. However, when we made it to the first floor, we found an Animals exhibit that was stunning. After spending the better part of an hour wandering through the animals, we visited a highly interactive section that let you play with some of the exhibits. Janna rode a bike on a tight rope! The exhibits were interesting and lots of fun to ...
... some kids songs to play during my classes. He ended up give me 100 or 150 songs and videos which is great. That should keep the kids busy for a while. And now Lindsey will have these songs to use as well and to take back to America to use for future classes if she so chooses. After leaving the office I waved down a taxi and handed the driver the envelope for the medical with the address on it. He nodded and we were on our way. When we got close, he pointed left as if he ...
The rest of the week passed by like a blur, with best friend reunions, McDoubles and good memories. Before I knew it was saying tearful goodbyes and boarding a plane that would take me back 7000 miles. It was bittersweet but being home was what I needed to get me through the next 8 months.
Back at school I felt right at home again when my kids all ran up to me and hugged my legs screaming, "MISS ANGELAA!!" It was then that ...
... tongue, it is the crunchy cartilage and tendon meat that is prized. Forget chicken breast, thigh or wing, throw them away and chow down on chewy brains, feet and beaks.
Anyway, a scantily-clad Lady Gaga was playing her live show full volume on a projector screen behind us, the disco lights were illuminating our chicken feet and rice and once again we'd ...
... on the street and we finally settled for one that was offering discounts. We tried the famous veg soup, dong pao rao, beggar chicken and dou fu pi. All very delicious. While strolling the night market, we purchased the dou fu pi from a shop so that we can cook back home in Singapore. It was very cold at night but we strolled through the night market and the food street. Lots of people. The food seemed nicer ...
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