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... was a bit of a shocker!! Not right... We then get some extra sleep and play games on our tablets and phones. Shanghai! We're here! Miriam and Cian checked the map and thought it would be best to get a taxi to our hotel as we weren't completely sure how far the subway station would be from our hotel. But first, lunch! This railway station also had a lot of shops and restaurants. We decide to have a sandwich from Subway. Des, Miriam and Clíona get a ...
... on a daily basis.
In September 2011, the Japanese firm Mitsubishi Electric Corp, announced that it had won a bid to construct the Shanghai Tower's elevator system. Mitsubishi Electric will supply all of the tower's 106 elevators, including three high-speed models capable of travelling at 1,080 metres (3,540 ft) per minute – the equivalent of 64.8 kilometres (40.3 mi) per hour, or 18 metres/second.
... flair. After beheading and cooking the shrimp, the cook looked at us holding up the shrimp heads and asked if we wanted them deep fried. Tyler looked at Jim, Jim looked at Tyler, smiles of approval all around and they were soon eating deep fried shrimp heads !
Fun and exploration continued in Beijing where we had famous Beijing duck the night before touring the Great wall. Beijing duck, wrapped in the pancakes with sauce ...
... Preschool students, that meant that they would be moving on to the next grade level, which of course is a very big deal and much cause for celebration. But, the stars of the show were our children in the Kindergarten class who had finished all of their classes at MRA and will be moving on to a Primary School (Elementary School) in the Fall. The ceremony was held in the clubhouse of an apartment and housing complex called Forest Manor. Our boss told us that ...
... next. Both books have a great way of informing the reader about the war, the Cultural Revolution, and the whole communism background while still managing to entertain in a way a textbook never could. They resonate with us so much more since we’ve been to some of the setting’s and will be visiting more in the upcoming days.
Last night at the night market we bought some dragon’s beard to bring with us today. Dragon’s beard ...