New Century Grand Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... subway and took it back to the main shopping street by our hotel where we walked around for a little while then came back to our hotel. My luck for the day was finally finishing my final paper! Woot woot! Now I can just enjoy the rest of the trip aside from presenting tomorrow morning. Later in the afternoon, we met up to go to dinner with part of the group. We decided to go back to the Korean rice place we went to a couple days ...
... and I spent a lot of my time trying to make sense of what was being discussed and then putting these idea's into notes that I could understand at a later date. This lesson went on for about 3 and half hours..A long time to concentrate whilst trying to continuously write notes. Thursday night was a night of doing absolutely nothing, tiredness had prevailed!
Friday. What an eventful day. (SEE PICTURES) Friday morning ...
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We had the most beautiful four day end to our trip in wonderful Shanghai! John and I had been to Shanghai four years ago on a cruise, spending two days and one night in the port. I still remember my sad feelings of watching that beautiful sight fade into the sunset as we pulled out of their harbor……so we decided, against our usual practice, to ...
... ones! The other place we went to was Tongli, a smaller canal town. Unfortunately we only had about an hour there to actually see the town because the last bus back to Shanghai for the day was at 3pm (only in China)! It worked out quite well in the end though because we decided not to buy the expensive tourist ticket into the center of the town and instead wandered round the little side streets where there were no tourists and just a few locals going about ...
... of China was particularly gruesome. This culminated in the famous 'Rape of Nanking' in 1937 - the horrendous two week spree of rape, death and torture in the city's capital that left at least 300,000 dead. What really grinds the gears of modern China however is that, unlike Germany, Japan has never officially apologized for their 'Chinese holocaust'. Indeed, it is only in the last 15 years that the atrocities have been included ...