Ramada Pudong Shanghai Expo
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... to NYC's Penn Station and arrived about 5:00pm for a 6:45pm Amtrak train to Baltimore.
We had dinner at a TGI Fridays within the station (two $20 sandwiches and a $9 kid's meal)! Don't ask what a glass of wine cost. After dinner, we went out to look for our track number only to see that the Vermonter to Washington DC was delayed. Our 6:45 train eventually left at about 8:40pm. Bligh was at curbside when we arrived at about 11:45pm. It was over ...
... on a stick. This is a great area to wonder around in and get a sense of China, not just a huge city.
The gardens themselves are very peaceful and really pretty to look around. There isnt much educational material around them though adn the only tour guide group in there was German and that was nicht gud for me!
Celeb spot of the day.... Alicia Keys looking round the gardens also!
... hanging out volunteering at a vegan cafe that sells food by donation.
I'll be dining out in Sydney with Rani (http://blog.travelpod.com/members/rani roo) and sleeping over at Kelsey's house (from Stevensville).
I have yet to plan anything with Gerre (who is also from Travelpod, but I can't find his blog)
Never in my life did I think I would ever have ...
... prevent Chinese people from joining the church but won't allow them to speak about the government. When we told Dr. Lin he was very surprised then said he probably said that because he is paid by the party or else someone from the party works there and was listening. That is whatＩhad been thinking as China is officially an atheist nation. While the rest of them learned about the church Matty P and I went across the street to Hershey World wherｅ Ｉ ...
... of time. At busy commuting times, there are traffic guards on all the major street corners to makes sure that people can cross the street safely, like the crossing guards that we have for schools in the US! Anyway, my first week of work here has been an interesting mix – the project in Newark that I was on before I left is mostly wrapped up, but there were a few loose ends remaining when I got here. The time difference (13 hours ahead of EST) complicates ...