Jin Jiang Pine City Hotel
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... a glorious feeling, to be giving these children a fun tradition to keep. Tuesday after school I didn't have to go to tutoring, the kids had to go back to the dentist! I have to ask them if they had cavities.
Wednesday was the big day that everyone at school had been waiting for, HALLOWEEN! I dressed in my costume first thing, I was excited to dress up in the garb I managed to put together in China. I left a little early that morning, with my cape on ...
... Our first few days were spent walking through Shanghai and surprisingly, it's sights are easily managed. It's a city that you don't feel overwhelmed because there is sooo much to see, there are a few highlights, but it's a very new city when compared to other cities in China. Some of the places we enjoyed were the Yuyuan Garden (Inner City Garden), World Financial Center (Shanghai's tallest building and in the top 5 worldwide), ...
... quite the experience, I must say. I want to go back and take Jamie. I don't know how we would order, but we have made it this far and picked up some of the language. I think we could find a way!
One weekend, my dad's brother, my Uncle Dan, was in town. He was here for a week, but had meetings and dinners all those sorts of conference activities that take up a week. And Jamie and I had to work. So, we all agreed to meet up on his last morning in town-- in the ...
Another day I pedaled my way over to the one free attraction I found in China, the Shanghai Museum located in People’s Square, before viewing Jing’an Temple on my way to Jade Buddha Temple. I was sure to squeeze in a night viewing of the Bund from the Hyatt's Skybar on the 80th floor before joining Fran for a tasty vegetarian Asian fusion meal. Until next time ...
... halfway up the stairs to the main temple and, instead of continuing the walk upwards, walked along a path that followed the outside edge of the temple's property and were able to peer into the windows of the locked drum tower room (I don't know how they made it look so seamless since a drum that size clearly couldn't come from just one animal) and locked bell tower room (the sign explained that the reverberations from the bell can last for up to ...
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