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Our wake up call was supposed to be at 7:00 a.m. I was already up long before then, but was waiting patiently for the phone to ring to really get going. By 5 after when it didn't I started to panic - I was afraid that the students didn't receive one either so I started calling myself. It was so funny - I called each room to wake them up and …
... form. Each little present came out shaped as the animal or vegetable inside, and every course (one dumpling) was a new pastry type, filling, shape, and size. Friend, boiled, steamed, colorful, spicy, sweet, chicken, pork, duck, mushroom, seafood, veggie, cabbage, beef. The most impressive one was no bigger than the size of a half dollar with four delicate quadrants each filled with a different color ingredient that complimented the seafood meatball ...
... hardly wait.
The dumpling dinner was a big success, they were all yummy. The show was fantastic with actors, singers and the Chinese national orchestra of ancient Chinese instruments. The restroom was a 5 or 6 stars. The restrooms are ranked at facilities. Some are negative 2. The people are used to going openly in front of each other, so I now know how they go over those floor holes:(
... like, the village itself was mud with a lot of holes in it. We then headed to the Terracotta Warriors. The history is so interesting, it took 750K men almost 40 years to make the tomb for this guy. It has been underground over 2000 years and was only discovered 30 years ago when a farmer was going to drill a well. With it only being 5m underground, my question is why has it not been found before? Also I was expecting 3 pits on warriors, there was one and a half, they ...
... an authentic dim-Sum preparation. Good not great. After lunch we re-boarded the coach to go to the Shanghai World Financial Center, the newest and tallest building in the Pudong area of Shanghai. The height of this building is impressive even to a New Yorker. We took a fast elevator to the 97th floor for a panoramic view the city and Huangpu river surrounding us. Their was heavy fog or pollution so visibility was limited. JoRina and ...
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