Rayfont Hongqiao Hotel & Apartments Shanghai
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... jest natomiast miejscem, w którym można zostać i żyć. Mimo iż mega wielki i najbardziej zaludniony w Chinach (19 mln mieszkańców), to wcale nie przytłaczający. I taki bardziej zachodni, czyli swojski.
Uroku, w porównaniu do innych chińskich miast, dodaje mu napewno połączenie architektury z początku XX wieku (The Bund, ...
... there is not a lot left to see of Jewish Shanghai. The government has pretty much destroyed the physical buildings, and certainly the cemeteries (more on that later), but Dvir had lots of illustrations on his iPad to show us, as we congregated on staircases in parks and in alleyways while he narrated his tale. It's a long and fascinating one, and I can't possibly replicate it here, but essentially, he said that the Jewish story of Shanghai is 110 years long and ...
... bc it wasn't slimy and tasted very fresh. And I have successfully said goodbye to red bean. I got a red bean pancake. Holy cow was I in heaven eating that. It was so much paste surrounded by a really thin crispy crepe. It was the perfect ratio of paste to bread, which means almost no b read. And it was warm! Ah, so so good. An to top it off, I got there at an awkward time so I got to hear the whole staff in the back room have some sort of pep-rally for being super-duper happy ...
... so fast, I had to pop my ears. It was so crazy.
So, then we went to eat our lunch. The views were so breathtaking, I honestly wanted to cry at first. Sometimes, I have to stop and take a breath because I can't believe how lucky I am to get to experience the things that I am experiencing. I don't live a life of luxury by any means, but looking out the windows at the top of that building, I felt like I was on top of the world. There ...
My work week was relatively uneventful. We went to Blue Frog on Monday with Ashley for the good ole buy one get one free burgers. I think I'm going to miss that place when come back to America. The waitress we had recognized us from last week. When she handed us the menus, she said, "tonight is buy one get one free burgers" and I said, "that's why we're here!" both times we had her as a waitress. This time she laughed and said, "you said that last time you were here." I thought it was ...