Royalton Hotel Shanghai
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SHANGHAI, CHINA: POPULATION 24.2 MILLION
Nelly's wet and cool report from Shanghai:
Our trip to Shanghai was on the foggy side also. They almost decided to close the pier. However, we got lucky and they let us dock at the Wu Song Kou International Pier. That also meant that it was quite a ways to go downtown into Shanghai. We were glad to go on the guided bus tour because it was another concrete jungle out there and we ...
... in 2010 and so the infrastructure that was put in place to manage the 73 million people that visited is truly amazing. The population of Shanghai is 24 million and I think they all drive or ride scooters at once. It rains 300 days of the year here so we go out prepared with our jackets at all times. Our first stop is the Shanghai Museum in the People's Square was formerly a horse racing track but when gambling was made illegal on mainland China it ...
... the room and for dinner, for the first time in my life, we ordered room service. It was amazing! All I asked for was a smoked salmon starter, which ended up being a huge plate of smoked salmon with salad and was absolutely perfect, served with a glass of Proscecco of course! It felt extremely indulgent to sit in that beautifully soft bed with a plate of salmon and a glass of bubbly, but it was the perfect end to a perfect weekend in Shanghai really.
Chris' flight was at ...
... and human rights and their impact on economic stability. Brain, from Florida, and I were the only super-nerds today who asked lots of questions. I think we were both feeling a little bolder to hold the speaker's feet to the fire. He, the speaker, really did not want to answer my question when I asked how he can separate political rights from human rights. (I see them inherently tangled together).
We, the teachers on ...
... ask them to write "Anti-inflammatory" for me in Chinese, they referred me instead to a nearby pharmacy offering service in English. This turned out to be a young student with no knowledge of medicine except for the ability to use Google Translate, while the pharmacists themselves didn’t speak a word of English. I felt so helpless - Phil was lying in bed unable to move, and I wasn’t sure that the young woman had ...