Ramada Hotel Shanghai Wujiaochang
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Woke up very early today....jet lag issues. Checked out Yu Gardens, walked around markets and old city. Jandals not a good idea in the wet weather. Tasty bowl of Sichuan stir fry for lunch at Reel Food Court. Bought train tickets for Beijing then chilled out at home. Awesome street food tour ...
... contact all necessary companies to cancel and block my phone and cards and organized to wire me some money to get me through as I only had RMB•300 (AU$46) in cash on me. Gotta love your family :-)
I then asked Sally where the nearest police station was so I could report the loss. She gave me a Map with directions, and I set off for the cop shop. Unfortunately, no one there appeared to speak English. The policeman at the counter ...
... work at the salon. This killed an hour of my time. I then headed back to the school and played solitaire for 2 hours on my laptop until class started. If you're wondering why I don't go home for the break, the school is kind of far away and I don't feel like paying for a taxi or messing around with the bus lines to only be home for 45 minutes or an hour to head right back to the school. I taught my last 2 grade 2 classes and we headed for the bus. Fortunately, the schedule ...
... it's not what you do on a holiday like Christmas and Thanksgiving. It's not even where you are. It's who you're with. It's your family that makes the holiday what it is. So, we were missing our families on Christmas, even more than Thanksgiving.
But, fortunately, we had each other. On Christmas Eve, we went out to a romantic little Italian restaurant. They put us in a corner seat and it was quiet and cozy and they played old Christmas songs. One of ...
We took our time this morning and left past 9am.
We had breakfast at a restaurant near the apartment - noodles & dumplings. The noodles are very taggy and tasty. The portions were huge. One bowl of noodles is almost 3 bowls portion back in Singapore!
The nearest station is DaShiJie just a stone's throw away. We took the subway to Yu Yuan (the line was not shown in the guide book luckily the kids took a pamplet ...
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