URBN Hotel Shanghai
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... at a Mongolian BBQ.
Others had experienced this before in the US, but we never had, so it was
interesting. You go through a raw buffet and choose meat and veggies and then
give it to the chef who cooks it up for you. It was tasty, but I wish I knew
more about the sauces to give it more flavor. Next time…
In the afternoon we visited the Yu Gardens
and Old town Shanghai. The gardens were a retirement gift from a son to his
... picture before taking it into a little booth where there was another soldier was waiting. A couple of minutes later he returned, handed back my passport and opened the gate enough to let me in. Once inside the grounds I had to put my bag in a locker before entering the building, as no mobile phones or photography equipment are allowed inside. Once inside you had to queue again to hand in ...
... our amazement, the rice is white again. At this point, the sell comes as she explains the different harvests of teas and that if we buy now, we’ll get the spring harvest, which is not exported. We’re sold and so are several of our traveling pals. We buy a large bag of tea and a bottle of the caplets. Others buy various sized tins and some buy the large bag of tea, too. All in all, the tea farm did OK by us. However, some in our ...
... my day done! The girls saw the Shanghai city sights and I… stole the pictures.
So we rise for another adventure, the biggest of China yet. We had to catch a taxi to the right train station, get on the right train, get to the right ‘no seat’, survive 24 hours on a train and hope the train goes to Hong Kong. Here we go! Get to the train station, easy. Try to collect our tickets from the desk, easy. As we waited in the station ...
... and Guided Reading. It has been a lot of fun! :)
We were very fortunate as teachers in China, because we only had to work 4 weeks before we got a week long break! In October, there is a Chinese National Holiday called the October Festival. I'm not really sure of the full significance behind it, but I can tell it involves a lot of mooncakes, SO MANY FIREWORKS for a week straight (jeez!) and a week off of work for pretty much every single person ...