Radisson Blu Plaza Xingguo Hotel Shanghai
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NI HAO!!! (Hello in Mandarin)
After a quick pitstop home to unpack, do laundry and repack, I was off to Shanghai, PRC. It is my first time in China...really, its only my 3rd country in Asia.
I have to say, I have never been enthused by the idea of China. It is not on my list of tops to make sure I see before...well, 30, but here …
... school, but I am guessing that I will be singing different tune in another 10 years. And if I could do it all over again, I certainly would have taken a different path. I was also teaching yoga as an alternative class at my school, but the initial interest dropped off sharply when the students saw that there was actual physical work required. Other than that I ride my bike pretty much everyday.
Along the same topic of play is my cat, who is a full ...
Perhaps it was the atrocious heat that took away our motivation to do much of anything in Shanghai. Or it could have been that Lin caught a stomach bug somewhere. Or it could just be that there wasn't really a whole lot on my list of things to see to begin with. Whatever the reason, our first couple days in Shanghai consisted mostly of sleeping and hanging around the hostel. Once Katelyn and I did venture out into the heat that made my face look like it was melting ...
... charge it/connect it to the computer. They did have the cord that I needed but I don't think they knew what to do with it so they did not give it to me. Then Hannah and I decided to go to another Chinese restaurant for supper. I got chopped pork, rice, and cabbage. The best part is that it was ONLY 11 RMB (almost $2 USA). Matt found out while we were ordering. We then decided to splurge and get Coldstone! :-) It was absolutely delicious since I have not had much candy since ...
... it interesting that we are constantly battling to get funding for various academic related items (and functioning technology) and are usually told there isn't enough money, yet the school here can somehow afford to spend thousands and thousands of dollars for an inanimate objects "birthday". Classic China. All about image. Big screen televisions, high end graphic displays, an infinite number of flowers, and hundreds of gifts adorned our school near ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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