Shanghai Grace Land International Hotel
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... came to catch up all the wonders: store signs decorated with blinking neon, building-size posters of foreign models, and windows displaying expensive goods but not much good for practical use. Now the street was only left with an electrical street car, running back and forth within its limits, charging 5 yuans for a ride. At either end of the street, the street car made a clumsy and dangerous turnaround among crowds of kids and women waiting to board. No ...
So, I had been worried/nervous about my time in Shanghai... All for nothing as usual. I arrived at the airport around 915 pm last night and at the hotel around 1030 pm. Didn't feel tired enough yet so chatted with friends online. Finally, I went to sleep @1230 am. I woke up at 330 am. Oh well, clearly my sleep clock is way out of whack. I've ...
... done calligraphy, paper cutting (like fret work) and Chinese folk music where we learnt to play traditional Chinese instruments! - Just finished our first week in Shanghai and it's been amazing! Today we had a bus tour, we got off at pearl tv - Tower which is the tallest tower in China! We ate the revolving restaurant which was awesome - , there was a chocolate fountain which we all enjoyed! Straight after we ate lunch we went to the highest ...
... artistic works using a brown sugar mixture; supposedly this is an older tradition among the Chinese. Since Angela was born in the year of the horse, Ted had the man fashion a horse for her. She said it reminded her of her childhood days—fun stuff.
Lunch/dinner was at a more western style restaurant called Skyway, a place that serves sandwiches and salads. We had a tasty meal then headed back to Shelley's apartment to pack up all our stuff. It somehow managed ...
... earlier, and says this isn't car 11. Great! No point even trying to say sorry to the dislodged people. Tourists.
The gal takes us forward to car 11, and 5A and 5B are again occupied, but she doesn't dislodge them, but dislodges the people across the aisle and places us in D and E? More mysteries and no one seems to object. It is only an hour through to Suzhou SIP and it's an odd feeling to see Suzhou's downtown station come and go with us getting off. More downstairs ...