Ramada Pudong Shanghai Expo
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My first international flight. wow. First I was excited to be on a huge jet liner and then we just took off over the pacific ocean - kind of a crazy sight. Apparently I was given an aisle seat but when I got to my row a nice Chinese man motioned that he wanted to switch. so I got a window seat, pretty sweet, except it was on the biggest wing I've …
... side is the original part of the city full of older Chinese structures, amazing Art Deco buildings from the early 1900's as well as new development. I spent the day touring on a hop on hop off bus. I love those types of tours because you can get off at your chosen places of interest and stay for as short or long as you like. I covered Pudong and The Bund. I also walked the Nanjing Road pedestrian shopping street which is closed to cars. The Chinese ...
... had last seen their stroller. The kid next to me was hungry. The couple in front of my wasn't sure which baggage claim they were supposed to go to. When I realized I didn't know myself, I looked up to find that I could read the signs. All the signs. The airport signs, the advertisements for happy hour and buy one get one free and free wifi and coffee this way and....****, was that Dad calling for me? Where was Dad? Right...on the phone I was holding. Without realizing it, ...
... in appearance from Teletubbies to ET - though all are slightly off. On the right side of the main entrance, the structure is probably closer to 15 feet tall, and here is the singular indicator that this is indeed a Christmas display: a white spaceship which has been hollowed out to house a Christmas tree - balls, lights and a star on top. 2. I've had two client meetings this week at Morgan Stanley's office here in Shanghai for my current project. Their office is located ...
... most of you have - has at one point or another been subject to the really uncomfortable semi-reclining-mostly-sliding-off-the-d amn-chair-routine that is common at salon sinks. Really, who invented those things? None of that nonsense here, people. These sinks are attached to cushy chair/table contraptions (kinda like the table in a doctor's office, but crafted of black leather and far less frightening) that allow you to recline quite comfortably, with your ...
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