Shanghai Weson Grand Hotel
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... chair to balance themselves as they go about their 'routines' to avoid DVT.
The meals on the flight were okay, without being anything special but it was enough to keep you satisfied without feeling too full....after all we are sitting on our backsides for the next 11 hours!
I entertained myself with a few movies and some in flight duty free shopping (that's fun!) and listening to some music on my ipod as I snoozed off and on through ...
... tray for us. Which was great, because it tasted awesome. Scott and I are happy Nate is in town because it's forcing us to try more Asian cuisine, so we are hoping to keep that trend going once he leaves.
Saturday we went to our favorite brunch spot, Kaiba. It was crowded because it was 80 degrees and sunny! A beautiful day for spending with our friends, Heathy, Al ,AJ and Raven. After eating, we walked around the cute little alleyways of Tiazifang. I bought some sunglasses ...
... and was quite pleased to find someone who wanted a chat. She hasn't any English speakers in her town that she has found or any that she has found yet. She said there is another Westerner at the other University in town but she is yet to find her/him. At least I have people I can talk to. We spoke for about an hour and then we moved on.
It had become dark and the whole scene changed as the place was all lit up. Quite spectacular!
The hotel is in a really ...
... from Belgian drivers after all…
After an hour the cabby said we’d arrived, I was stunned because I saw no skyscrapers. Looks like I’m not so close to Central Shanghai after all, and that there’s not an awful lot to see in Xuhui district either. But that I will investigate soon and give feedback on when I can.
So far, no one has wanted to practice English with me or talked to me unless I have talked ...
... There were beautiful bridges, wooden framework, and ancient sculptures of dragons and other mythical creatures that dotted the garden, giving the place a very tranquil and secluded feel despite all the tourists.
After our walk through the garden, we were taken to a tea house to enjoy a traditional Chinese tea ceremony. We learned about the six main types of Chinese teas, how they are prepared, steeped, and served, and got to taste about ten different ...