Radisson Blu Plaza Xingguo Hotel Shanghai
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... souvenir shops, bars and restaurants. I got lost quite a number of times here, but the area itself is really great! On my way out I found a place called Vienna Café, which quite successfully captures the atmosphere of cafes in Vienna and is run by an Austrian man. Unfortunately, the apple-nut pie wasn’t that great though…
I continued walking around to the more 'conventional’ shopping streets to visit a mall I had been the day before. I had seen a bag ...
... white building which looked nothing like a market. Furthermore, in the pouring rain we could not even find an entrance. You do not need to wait around at Toabao Market however. Within seconds a "spotter" had us firmly in his grips. "You like handbag for wife sir? You like t-shirts madam? Maybe clothes for the grandchildren ma'am?" (that was going a bit too far I thought. I may be over sixty but...).
There is absolutely no ...
Days 34 to 37 – Shanghai - Final week in China
With the beginning of another new week, Dr Zee and the
girls’ focus has now turned to the sudden arrival of their last week at GanQuan
Foreign Language School. There are mixed emotions amongst them all. But they
are determined to remain focused, and to savour these last few days.
Monday begins with the traditional flag raising ceremony,
followed by the regular morning outdoor ...
After a 14 hour flight from Toronto, our group of teachers from Boston arrived at Shanghai International airport. We were met by one of the American teachers, who had been in Hangzhou visiting another school site. We had a 6-hour layover, so we had dinner at the restaurant and waited. We took our 90-minute flight to Fuzhou, arriving at midnight. We were met by more translators and driver, who took us to the university, which was a 45-minute drive away. ...
... per class period, I think he just touched on the holiday, had a small discussion, and showed them a picture of a turkey. They don't really have turkeys that I know of here. It's all about chicken and duck. So a lot of the kids think that the turkeys in all the Thanksgiving and Christmas pictures are "very big chickens."
I themed the whole day of Thanksgiving around the holiday and taught my kids some culture. But, more than that, I focused on the idea ...