Hanting Express Shanghai Hongqiao Jinhui Road
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... accepted and then decided to meet with him before seeing people's park.
So, the posts should be slowing up as I get into the school mode, but today was definitely not academic. Getting to the campus was a long story of quite a few absolutely wonderful people/strangers that I may never see again (Kind of amusing to me since Ellen was just saying in the cab early early this morning how most people were nasty and purely self serving)
The plane ride was boring, long, I dozed but didn't really sleep. ...
... basilica is also off-limits. Plan B, we go to the army museum, which is open, woohoo. Tanks, missiles, aircrafts and war souvenirs. The kids really enjoy it. Nina has a particular bad day and we’re glad when it’s over. Back in the apartment, we frantically search how long the red square is closed but there’s no information, nobody knows….
I switch the TV on, searching for football games, but on the Russian news they have images of tanks parading ...
... Kate and Olivia to digest, and to reminisce about our shared experiences of Hanover High School, and for Kate and I, Williams College as well. Midnight found us cleaning up the kitchen, boxing up leftovers before I, stuffed, hailed a cab for home. I’m still full this morning, but I think that is a sign of a Thanksgiving well-celebrated!
[Next up: 3 days in Perth, Australia. Catch ya down under, ...
... remember our apprehension as she skidded her car deftly through the endless streams of traffic at a breathtaking speed often over 140 kilometers per hour. The woman turned out to be an off duty taxi driver who was at the airport to pick up her husband. It was sheer "Shanghai-ian" opportunism that she saw us and made an extra AUS 50 for the trip - and picked up her husband. We didn't mind - especially when we realised we were on our way to our Peace Hotel in down ...