GreenTree Inn Shanghai Songdong Business Hotel
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I have successfully arrived in Shanghai after a long day of traveling. Thankfully I upgraded to business class so I was able to completely recline the chair and sleep. Per dads request I'll describe business class. They offer you drinks as soon as you board and provide you with a menu. We started out with nuts and water then were served a salmon appetizer, a salad, the main course (I had Mongolian beef,) followed by a cheese and grapes plate, and completed with an ice cream ...
... peaceful and with old style houses, incredibly in contrast with the bazaar outside, where walking around the shops was almost impossible, due to the huge quantity of people everywhere. So, if you like the crowd and people elbowing, pushing and scream to you that's the place to stay! Our discovery of the city went on in the real old city: what a charming and magical place! At our eyes it was like a jump in the past: small houses, most of ...
... t even thought about driving. The stopping, the starting, the gear-shifting all seemed like another lifetime. With that fear, I avoided driving like Boston avoids eating out of dishes that aren't porcelain. I simply wasn't going to do it.
Until I had to. With the funeral planning and the nursing home complaining and the family coming, we reached a point where I was needed to go run errands. So, as I didn't want to place anymore stress on any one in my family, I ...
... from a bakery, and went to a neighboring compound to have dinner with Scott's Korean friends. He tutors for the two boys, Tom and John, and plays squatch with the dad. They cooked us a traditional Korean meal, and we sat on the HEATED floor to eat. We also had some delicious tea, some of which was homemade and tasted like apple cider. The parents also gave me some Korean medicine, which did help me the next week when I came down with symptoms of a cold, stuffy head and ...
... the job of uploading all the photos to each part of the trip – a slow pains-taking task – but, worth it at the end.
Some Reflections on my trip
It was my biggest challenge – of all the trips I have made – so a great sense of achievement
I fulfilled my dreams - hiking on The Great Wall - Terracotta Warriors and Pandas
I managed to get through it unscathed
China has a wealth of ...