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... on our way, heading for the other station at Pudong International Airport, a trip lasting only about eight minutes.
Above each door was a digital clock and a speedometer readout. It showed an amazingly fast acceleration, culminating at 431 kilometers per hour, about 268 mph. At times, the tracks ran parallel to a freeway whose cars looked like they were stopped as we sped by. About halfway through, we passed the ...
Shanghai is the place to be in China and you'd have a hard time spending only a few days in this vibrant city. We sure did. From the French Concession, to the Bund, to the skyscrapers, delicious food and entertaining nightlife, Shanghai is modern China meets Manhattan. We hopped off the fast train from Qufu right into a cab and headed for our swanky hostel: City Center Youth Hostel. The décor was hip, yet sophisticated and our room was above hotel quality for half the price. ...
... earlier in the day were now annoying you by the way they just sat there and breathed even the fact that they breathed at all was annoying. Stuck in a confined space for a long period of time with a bunch of people you don't choose to be near is probably as close to hell as I think is possible. But we all endured an accepted our fate because we all knew that this flight was doing one of two things for those aboard, it was either taking you on an adventure of huge proportions to a ...
... of us purchase small pieces from her—they’re more in our price range. We buy a piece with a phoenix and dragon stretched along the sides. Tim, on the other hand, wants to know when we’re going to the Rice Institute so he can buy a painted grain of rice. The guy just doesn’t stop. :) Our next stop is lunch in the factory building. Today’s lunch is Mongolian BBQ. Everyone’s happy that we can make our own lunch ...
... for the flavor, pork and cabbage, so now Scott has 30 dumplings he can cook on the stove!
People light fireworks off all the time, especially during the day. What's the point?! You can't see them! There are a few reasons why one would light off fireworks, we've heard. If there is a birth, a wedding, a death, a new store opening, a new apartment or just a reason to celebrate. Oh, ok.
My mom got me a really great tour book for my birthday, well two actually, one is ...