Yue Hua Hotel
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... Hollywood Tower of Terror! Nick is going to freak out when I show him pictures of her! So weird... Such a small world. She knows just as much about Walt Disney himself as me! Probably more! And we both agree that getting free entrance into the parks is the BEST benefit of working for Disney! A few days ago Amy was telling me how she and Claire (her roommate that also works for Disney) were going to go to Disney on Ice on Sunday night. I told her I had ALWAYS wanted ...
... First Class with politicians and I accompanied him, but had to travel Economy Class. Sadly I had no success in swapping with him and was quite severely remonstrated when I did. In the end and much to the mirth of my fellow travellers, Alan had sneakingly supplied me with First Class morsels of food whenever he could.
The three dimensional flight map display on our individual television screens was for us, ...
... were in Beijing! Despite the station I was at only having 3 lines there are an incredible amount of people everywhere I turn. There are huge crowds Of people all darting in different directions. Thankfully I am good at this crowd darting when I know where I am going and I found my way to People's square to walk down the pedestrian street. I would best describe people's square as the Times Square of shanghai! Lots of ...
Hello again from Shanghai. We had a restful night but because we experienced 22 hours of daylight and since "today" became "tomorrow" on the flight over, I woke early. I still am not sure what day or time it is and this is actually our first day of scavenges.
We met the teams and Bill and Pamela at 9am this morning after a terrific breakfast buffet. We learned that the two day stay in Shanghai was originally planned for 3 days but China has a new visa policy that ...
... Exhibits. Our favourite by far, however, was the Faberge Exhibit. The history, jewellery, eggs and art was truly amazing! My favourite was the Faberge Egg with the wind-up TransSiberian train inside! I got a sneaky photo too (another girl copied me and was loudly told off by the guard nearby haha). To finish an already fun day, we met with friends of my parent's, Fred and Marie- Lucie Spoke who have been living in Shanghai now for 9 years. We met in ...