Shanghai Grace Land International Hotel
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... spot, just ask the hordes of brides and grooms getting their pictures taken. They were interesting and good at posing too. There is a really nice little piano museum on the island which we enjoyed and lots of open air street restaurants selling your pick of fish and crustaceans that are sort of still alive residents of styrofoam containers on sidewalks. This proximity to styrofoam is not unlike their natural habitat as the waters ...
... regularly and try to face
time with my boys and mom to keep in touch. Oh, just so you don’t feel too
sorry for me I am still doing laundry and cooking meals most days, and I had a
bad cold last week. Better?
While Jim has been working hard and I have been “supporting”
him, spring has slowly arrived in Shanghai. I walked around the Lujiazui Green
space the other day and while I really ...
... and handshake-orama before we got back onto the bus. Most of the other delegates were going back to the hotel for dinner before seeing some more of the famous Shanghai nightlife. I told them I had to say goodbye to a friend but would catch up with them later. Dong, a Chinese ASC staff member got off with me at the Metro so he could also catch up with family and friends.
It was a good night. I met Kathy and said goodbye and thanks for ...
... and they would have got a photo with no one else in it?? Go figure hey?? Guessed you get used to having to push everyone aside for everything you don’t know what to do with free space when you see it??!!
Now we are heading to the night light cruise. First they make us sit in the bus like prisoners, then they let us through so we can sit in the waiting area and finally we go aboard. It has really dropped ...
... from Newark. The airport is a breeze – testament to the efficiency of some parts of Chinese society? I'll never know, but it was sparkling and I swear I’ve never made it through Customs so quickly in my life. My first two days here passed in a bit of a jet-lagged haze. I managed to wander a large loop around my neighborhood on my first evening, and considered the day a success after finding a grocery store that had yogurt, oatmeal and other ...