Rhea Boutique Hotel Shanghai Jinqiao
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... chinese man in an all white suit, white fedora and carrying an ornate cane walked in. He had a young attractive Chinese woman hanging off his arm and some other younger Chinese associates. On the one hand this was a rich man with his daughter and son-in-law out for a nice evening. But I very much preferred my idea that he was a triad boss and he basically owned the hotel and the woman was his wife.
We were driven (by the same driver) ...
... up with accents of red dragon silk)
Standard electric bike/scooter: $400
750 ml bottle of "Carlo Rossi": 75 kwai
Pound of ground beef, low grade water buffalo: $5
Pound of rice grade 2: 30 cents
Loaf of "Bimbo" (just like "Rainbo) sliced white bread: 12 kwai
Iphone 5: 3500 kwai (and it might not be real, and will be stolen for certain).
2 hours maid ...
... and within minutes an attendant was at the door. This time, she came into the room, turned the unit off, and opened the window. She smiled (I’m sure in her mind she said, son, here’s your AC) and left. We then went to the lobby bar for beer and tea (can you guess who had what). We watched numerous accident near misses (scooters, bicycles, cars, trucks, buses and pedestrians all vying for the same space at the same ...
... walked to the Yu Garden the next day which is a typical Chinese style garden and has survived for a few hundred years, its really tranquil even with lots people in and a place you easily lose a day in. After a coffee at Starbucks we took the tube to the Science and Technology Museum. This place must have the highest density of interactive exhibits in any Museum we have ever been too, now where are children when you need to have a go ...
... things in their lives; that aside -
For Grade Three I chose to focus on the family meal and the food they eat; with a special activity drawing hand turkeys.
For Grade Four I chose to focus on the Superbowl, as Americans watch football on Thanksgiving; with a game where they had to answer a Thanksgiving or an American football rule based question in order to be allowed to try and score a field goal (or throw a makeshift football into ...