Sheraton Shanghai Pudong Hotel & Residences
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After a very short night, we were down in the Lobby at 5:45am. Armed with our boxed breakfasts, we (along with five others from our group) headed off to the airport. This was our first and only bus ride that was not in heavy traffic.
Luckily, our bags would be checked all the way to JFK. Jo stayed with us through check-in. The only hang-up was that Brennan's swagger (sword/dagger) caught Security's attention in his checked bag. We had to go to a back ...
... we're supposed to be at orientation and falling asleep on buses. Everyone is wary about eating contaminated food. After eating at restaurant after restaurant, one guy commented, "I don't feel sick, but I always have this slight tinge of nausea." Ha I guess that's one way to put it.
Yesterday I got to meet my roommate--she's super cool and nice and it's going to be great. Our room is probably a little smaller than an average dorm, but ...
... of coming here was the homemade noodles which are brought to your table and presented with much stretching and pulling and throwing of the dough. Initially, we were somewhat disappointed as we did not seem to get this message across and were simply brought some premade cut noodles in a bowl to put into the hot pot. As dinner got going however something must have triggered the server’s understanding as he sent the “noodle chef” to ...
I've managed to get myself a new student to tutor; she is a sweet and friendly 34 year old mother of one. She is also director of the Shanghai/Chinese version of the magazine 'Maxi’; so I’m assuming that under her slightly self-conscious demeanour there is a cut throat business woman that I don’t get to see! She didn't have an English name and asked me to give her one; I've ...
... exits, we came out of number 9 but apparently I needed number 14.
It was a completely different city, but amazing how the two cities are in the same country but so different, which means that I must travel around it all to ensure I see it all! However the taxi drivers didnt speak English and I had stupidly forgotten to write down the Chinese. I was told a vague direction and walked that way in the hope I would find where I was meant to be.
I finally found the ...