New Century Grand Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... and come and high five with me. Absolutely silly !!!
Bettina took some pictures, and I wish I had my camera at the ready as there was a time when she was on the blanket, singing with about 7 kids and there were 6 or 7 adults standing around watching.
All in all a fun afternoon !! So we capped off this perfect spring day and stopped on our walk back at the Dairy Queen for a small dipped chocolate cone ...
... warning. But why? Because Shanghai is normally a quiet backwater of about 24 million people, but you don't want to be there when half a billion of their friends arrive for the weekend, ready to party. It sounded daunting, but then we thought about it and decided to look at this situation slightly differently. What a chance to see an amazing city and at the same time see half the population of an extraordinary country, cheek to cheek! And so it is proving. ...
... with the principal of Gan Quan which was lovely. On Sunday night we went to the circus for our surprise #2 which was absolutely amazing!!!! Thank you so, so, so, so much to the teachers, Doctor Dennis, Mr Dowie and Ms Chapple, who organised this awesome surprise for us! This whole trip has been incredible, an experience I will never forget and I have enjoyed every minute of it. Thank you to everyone who made it possible, I have had the most amazing time and I'm sure that most ...
The day started the same with breakfast and reuniting with everyone again. While it was nice having a private tour with Peter it was good to have everyone back. We met our new tour guide, Wilson. WILSONNNN. Cast Away Bants. First Stop was the Bund which was a street leading up to a building which was a tribute to the fallen soldiers of World War One. Fantastic building and even better reason behind its creation. Least we ...
... red lanterns and Chinese New Year decorations everywhere and it lit up the sky at night. I don't think I ate much yesterday because just about EVERYTHING including the dou fu plates had meat in it! ---Good thing I can fast! I felt like I've been starving myself I had to do my own self fixer upper! That night we went to the Bund! The most famous Shanghai skyline as well as the ...