Hotel Topsun On The Bund
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... bottled water buy it. Air quality, however, is something harder for rich people to escape. It's pretty depressing to see how ubiquitous air pollution is. The stories of the people who lose property and livelihoods without sufficient compensation are not well known to me, and I don't know how well known, generally. --Wealth vs Freedoms-- From the perspective of the foreign tourist, there's little indication of the limits of personal freedoms, though these ...
... our fare into the pot, eating and then chasing it down with vast amounts of cold Tsingtao beer and some sort of Chinese liquor that Matt ordered. Had that liquor touched the coals, the entire place would have been up in flames. This stuff was rocket fuel. We ate immensely, drank heavily, laughed whole heartedly and debated intensely while taking in the sights, smells, sounds and tastes of this place hour after hour. Then after dinner, we headed out for the evening and ...
... almost all my cash yuan, I decided to head back to the hotel and rest a bit rather than continue on to the madness of Nanjing street. I've been there before and could go back tomorrow. Plus, if there are a lot of stores I can go to in any major city in the world (the Gap, Starbucks, H&M, etc.) I don't feel a pull to have to go there.
I wandered around the hotel a bit, taking in all the Christmas decorations ...
... br> Student B "no, thank you".
Now the last phrase doesn't sound that bad right? I mean "No, Thank you" you would think would mean "No, I don't want that" However, that is not correct. It really means "No, problem! Thank you!" I mean 40 minutes of confusion to realize that it was a positive phrase and not a negative phrase. Oy Vey.
We then went into Shanghai last night... That is gonna be the next entry.
... van was huge and comfy for the one hour ride we were going to have! We were given cold towels and mineral water (Which Conrad Hong Kong did NOT provide). The ride was smooth and comfortable with just a minor jam. We finally arrived at the hotel and the bellboy was there to assist us with our luggages. At the same time, Erica was at the front door waiting for our arrival. She told us that our check in would be done in ...