Sofitel Shanghai Sheshan Oriental
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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4. Pack Anti-Biotics
5. Personal prescriptions (8 month supply for both Louise and I)
6. Get our drug plan provider to allow for 8 month supplies
7. Obtain on-line access for drug and dental plans
8. Find someone to rent our house
9. Pack up and tidy house for house sitters
10. Winterize the cottage
11. Blow out the sprinklers
12. Winterize and store the boat and cars
13. Back up all the ...
... afternoon. He put us on the bullet train and said someone would be at the other end. My drugs were still working so I didn't really care who was at the other end. The train was very impressive. Travelled at 301km. We were met and delivered to our hotel and to finish on a happy note, my credit cards were found still in my handbag in my check in bag. It is fear to say I was a shattered person and Gary very relieved to not have to cancel all our ...
... a pat on the head (apparently we are not supposed to pat children on the head here.) Things are looking up on the teaching part, I am starting to get in to the swing of things more, all in all working for 7.5 hours a week and getting paid around 1300 quid a month is absolutely fantastic!!!! Everyone should do it.
OH ive also bought myself a turtle called Blastoise, and met a fellow yorkshire lad from Huddersfield who lives down my street!
Anthony took me out to for lunch at a fancy restaurant on "5th Ave." I tried jellyfish! It wasn't too bad. Definitely was the first and last time. We also went to the Chinese Market, China's Time Square, Cold Stone was unbelievably scrumptious! The Food Jungle is the largest underground mall in China. I think the #20 bus stops ...
... the song before we were very impressed nonetheless.
Our final stop in the water town was a teahouse, where we
were served a traditional 3 course tea that was specific to that town. There
was some neat symbolism for each tea, and I was reminded again how profound and
thought out everything in Chinese culture seems to be. We tried various snacks and sweets with the
tea, including this one amazing crumbly dessert which was kind of like ...