Sheraton Shanghai Pudong Hotel & Residences
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- Shuttle bus service
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
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... as fast as a rainy day in a ditch so they gave me a modem to help - now it goes even slower. I won't bother you with the solution, save to admit it cost $100. That's our Ed, I hear you say, throwing money at it. Poo to you!
Oh by the way, I opened a door and found two of these ...
... disputes, the Kunming knife attack, etc). At this stage my fondness of Shanghai was at its peak.
Eventually, the bill arrived. It seemed quite expensive, but everyone else paid their share so I stayed silent. I figured my new friends had expensive tastes. They already had dinner plans so, after exchanging emails, we parted ways. I set off to the Bund with a bounce in my step.
A couple of minutes later, it suddenly ...
... s armpit. It was so tight I couldn't move. It took several minutes to squirm my hand out of this uncomfortable position. I'm sure the man was grateful when I succeeded. It was an adventure that we repeated one more time, without the armpit fiasco.
We had to have Peking Duck while in Shanghai, since we were all together and wouldn't get a chance in Beijing (formerly Peking). I Googled to find the best in the area and found ...
... were encouraged to touch these to feel and appreciate the texture.
Within the Confucius temple was a schoolroom that was used by Confucius disciples for education. The students knelt on wooden benches for 40 minutes at a time to listen to their sage professors. My former students can see how it would have been like back then –you all had it easy!
An altar room at the back was covered with all of Confucius’ sayings. (See ...
I met so many wonderful,adventurous people in this program who when asked where they are from, and why did they come to China? The answers ranged from things like "I'm just winging it and seeing where life takes me" to things like "I couldn't find a job in America so 3 years later I'm still in China and love it!" I met someone from Tulsa Oklahoma and someone ...