URBN Hotel Shanghai
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... called very loudly at me, which was pretty funny & kind of touching.) Again, we met up and critiqued, then explored the garden a bit more before heading out to find some lunch.
For lunch we went to a food court, which was very busy and had a wide variety of food options. Chelsea and I decided to split a plate of dumplings and a plate of spring rolls, which ended up costing us a bit more than we thought. The dumplings were quite good, I liked the dough ...
... spf 85 sunblock and the obligatory umbrella, but seriously, I just felt like hiding in an air-conditioned mall. It was 46 degrees Celsius, but with the humidity it was 'feels like 53 degrees Celsius' (says weather.ca) !! On par with Vietnam, it was the most unbearable heat I've experienced.
Wanting to melt aside, I really just did not ...
... desk. I don’t think I was too loud, but I’m sure those close by knew that I was angry. John sat me down upstairs in front of the window and made me look at the skyline while he fixed me a drink J What a man!!
That night we were going for Indian. We had found a place via TripAdvisor and liked it very much. The Indian man waved to us as we arrived, saying ...
... posts and journals so I'm going to work extra hard while I'm on my midterm excursion to bring you up to speed and get back to where I need to be in order to finish my study on time. Check back often over the next week because I have a lot to tell you about my excursion thus far and I'm sure I'll have more by the time I've told you about all of that. Geez, what have I gotten myself into...oh well, back to the grindstone. Hope to see you back again next time.
Robert J. Burrows
Since my last entry, things have been going great at school! I think the kids are enjoying my lessons and I'm getting more of the Chinese children to speak English to me. On Friday morning on the way to work, Heather Al and I witnessed our first fist fight. Every morning we meet at my front gate where there are a plethora of taxi's waiting, and the fight happened between the second and third cabbies. When I walked up, the two men where exchanging angry words and yelling. I ...