Yashidu Suites Hotel
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... every 15 minutes when the other option is a squalid squat toilet with no paper, and an open bin. I noticed that the average well dressed city worker seemed equally at home in either.
Adding to the list of extremes were the places we visited within the city. The pearl tower for example was pure tourism. The tallest tower in the city, gaudy, crowded and noisy. Long queues and hundreds of people shouting and excited. Standing on a ...
... a coffee for less than 6 bucks a cup) ended up being more challenging than I initially thought they would. I'll admit, I ended up settling with the golden arches...but just for coffee. Restaurants seem either incredibly expensive or incredibly cheap with no middle ground. We opted for the less expensive route...noodles, spring rolls and soup.
... across the ocean. Starting the tour, not many of us saw China as anything other than the location from which most small plastic toys and other amusing things come from. This tour, primarily today, have allowed us all to gain a new perspective.
Seeing Shanghai has arguably been the most enriching experience of the tour, presenting a completely different view on what a Cities limits are. Shanghai itself ...
Our final day in Xi'an was a hodge-podge of activities. We had to check out of the hotel since we were leaving the city at 3:00 and would not return to the old city. We started by going to the Big Wild Goose Pagoda where we visited a Buddhist temple. The Chinese government has made this area very nice with parks and open sidewalks. We saw Buddhists monks and more burning incense. This time we saw a serious worshiper praying before a Buddhist statue. ...
... China, and I really want to learn Chinese and ultimately I have a lot of fun here. We will see what the next 6 months have to offer me .
What I love about China is that my life is certainly not boring. I am seeing more in one year than I have in the last 10 years. I recently went to Shanghai to say goodbye to my wonderful friends Steve and Beibei as they venture to start their new life in America. Shanghai was wonderful.....and cold (>_<) ...