Riverside Hotel Shanghai (Qing Shui Wan)
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... still find many manufacturing warehouses with blue roofs and rice fields. Over the past decade the city of Shanghai has expanded its borders to include Pudong and several such suburbs. Vicky talked of her cousin whose family once lived inhabited the traditional homes in central Shanghai but chose to move away from center city to be able afford bigger accommodation.
Lunch in the French Concession Area
At the French Concession area of central Shanghai, ...
... several of us missed our connecting flights, we were shuttle to an area to wait for luggage and further information. Further information and luggage ended up taking over two hours. And thank God for a couple from Markham who were able to translate the whole experience. We all headed to a hotel and I was told I needed to room with someone else.... The someone else ended up being a girl who spoke no English and I, clearly speak no ...
... surroundings, and enjoy the Mass formalities. Unfortunately the hired mini bus returns before Communion is given and received, and the students have to regretfully depart before receiving Communion. And although tired, our girls have enjoyed their outing to Mass. Regardless of their vast distance from home, their parents are happy to hear of the girls joy of celebrations of Easter from ...
... went pretty well, couldn't really sleep, but I count on doing that on the next flight. I wonder if those Melatonine pills I brought with me will help.
Well, that's it for now. I'll try to post something more interesting from New Zealand then ...
... and we made the trip in 49 minutes. When you arrive in Shanghai at the train station, you can immediately get on the subway. So, I didn't actually see Shanghai until we got off at the subway stop close to our hostel. I still can't quite put my finger on it, but my first impression was "this looks just like NYC." (I thought this again later when I noticed how many Starbucks there are in Shanghai. Also, the view of the harbor is strikingly similar to looking at Manhattan ...