Washington Business Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... various size and shaped seals, and was carving Chinese names into them so you could have a personalised stamp. I picked two out: the horse for the year of my birth and had my English and Chinese name carved on the bottom. I had the same done for my Grandad on a seal of the Sheep. The way the man carved it was so impressive, and all free hand. After the temple I walked over to M50 on the edge of the Wusong river. M50 is a large ...
... with beautiful buildings, lights, and boats that are prettiest in the dark. Our guide, Barbara, says that one of the most recent buildings that has been completed (also the tallest - the top cannot be seen through the smog) has 88 floors (apparently a lucky number) and a rocket elevator. It only takes 9.1 seconds to go from the main floor to the top! Pretty cool!
More tomorrow...must be off to bed!
... and the champions league match is due to start. It feels very surreal as i swear it should be 7.45 yet all of a sudden I'm surrounded by slightly drunk French men (I'm not complaining). The atmosphere picks up with spaniards & french men sing at each other plus the odd random Chinese man in the barca kit! The other thing I realise at this point is that I'm soooooo grateful the UK have banned smoking in pubs. I may have just chained smoked the whole evening. As we leave, the ...
... language, Shanghai seemed very westernized. Huge highways with big cars, shopping malls with familiar store names, tall skyscrapers, lots of western corporate names on buildings. What wasn't evident was a show of Chinese nationalism and pride in the form of flags and portraits of government figureheads. In fact, she completely forgot she was in ...
... laughing in the kitchen as I was screaming with joy when it was over. We watched it on Stars Sports, and the announcers were hilariously bad. They were English, so maybe they were the same announcers from America? The Sunday afternoon game is on our ESPN at 4 am here, I might wake up at 6 and start watching, seeing as how I am in bed well before 10 pm most nights. Also I cut my finger a little while cutting up an apple today. It's not a very big cut, but slightly ...