Supreme Tower Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... a week (probably for maintenance/cleaning).
We headed back and I went out to buy new socks since mine since a few of my old ones were torn from the trip. Unfortunately that was not meant to be either as my credit card was declined (I accidentally inputted the wrong pin too many times T.T). I went back to the hostel to call back and try and fix it for future purchases and what not.
Our new Korean friend and us met up later in the evening for dinner at a well-known xiao ...
You can never predict some of the answers students will give.
Q) What's a good thing about using the underground?
Sensible answers: It's fast, it's cheap.
Student answer: There are so many people that if you are fat you will be squashed and become thin.
Q) What's the cheapest way to get to Japan?
Sensible answer: By boat.
Silly answer (given by several ...
... an observation deck that is stunning to look out from not only because of the height, but also because the floor of the deck is made of glass so you can see straight down the 90 plus floors to the ground. It's not for people with a fear of heights! Now that building is dwarfed by a newer building, the Shanghai Tower, which is currently being built, and will be the tallest tower in China and the second tallest in the world (after the Burj Khalifa in Dubai). ...
... designer boutiques, beautiful artworks and museums, and several fancy restaurants. I was certain we we're in the wrong place. LotusRed opened a few weeks ago and was pretty empty. Shanghai is missing out. I had fried rice with shrimp and potatoes and a Black Devil cocktail. Needless to say, it was a memorable night filled with laughter, soft cries, and joy. Living the Good ...
... acquired over the course of the week and most of it tasted as good or better reheated in the microwave!
Then Sally, Mum and I went to her go-to nail place to get pedicures because we were about to leave for the land of sandal weather, and my feet, well, let’s just say I’m a runner. It’s not humanely possible to keep my feet soft and callus free considering I pound them into my sneakers 5-7 days a week. I have foot ...