Shanghai JC Mandarin Hotel
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... other performers. A juggler who juggled bouncing balls - up to 7 balls at a time! A group of men with hats flying all around, always caught by someone else. A beautiful girl doing splits and many other moves in a net pulled high in the air. Another girl who worked magic in this big ring . Going around and over and over. Made me dizzy. The finale took place in this giant steel cage. One man rode his motorbike around the ...
... and asleep before the train even left the station! After a quick cat-nap, we spent the next nine hours on the train, writing diaries, reading books and laughing at the incredible snoring of the man behind us. As we sped through the countryside, I was getting more and more alarmed at the temperature which was steadily increasing from a delightfully reasonable 26 to the frankly unacceptable 34 degrees. Hmm. I suspected that the temperatures in Shanghai might be tending towards ...
... locked door. After we found the right knob to open that door we winded our way through a tunnel and found a set of keys in the room at the end. At this point we became really stuck because nowhere throughout this entire process did we see any doors that required keys. Up until now we had only used knobs to open doors. Turns out that when we first opened the trapdoor above the jail cell we were so excited we only saw the tunnel to our right. ...
What an amazing day. I want to start by saying to travel to China with the Professor at Towson that made me love Chinese culture is a true pleasure. It is nice to be able to ask Dr. Phillips (Steve) questions and feel comfortable with his sarcastic sense of humor it makes me feel very relaxed. As for being relaxed, the people of Shanghai have been super nice. Even without speaking any of the language, I have been able ...
... 8217;t using the heater (although that’s not entirely true) she was so happy! :o) She asked if there was any kind of saint or hero that came from Sheffield, so I said Robin Hood; and so my heater is now named Robin! Lavinia and Robin are now living very happily together in her tiny box room in Xujiahui :o)
On Thursday I headed to the nightmare shopping location that is Xinyang Fashion and Gift Market; the maze of shops ...