Motel 268 (Shanghai Xiangyang North Road)
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We visited the French Concession area and saw the beautiful Fuxing Park. The area is known as Paris of the East. We wandered Shikumen Lanes area, which is an example of the lifestyle of the traditional people. The buildings constructed in the late 19th and early 20th centuries and resemble European terrace homes. Inside they resemble the homes of South China. These buildings are considered the new lane style ...
... my own schedule. I missed what it felt like to fit in with someone, anyone. China was an experience that helped me grow as a person, as a student, as a woman of faith. An experience I will always cherish and never forget. I can honestly say after the fact, that I wouldn't have it any other way and I'm proud to be an American. I'm proud of my country, what I've been blessed with, the future that I see for myself and my family. We are all blessed beyond our own understanding. ...
... amount of scooters and mopeds and less cars. I loved seeing and exploring the city of Shanghai and can't wait to take the 5 hr. high speed train to Beijing. I'm sorry I didn't post earlier and I'll try to post more in Beijing. So far I'm having a great time in ...
... of friends at a restaurant called the "Red Rooster". Scott's older German friend, Jan, is friends with the butcher. So we met with him, two of his German friends, Scott's coworker Jomar, and his friends who are in their 30s with their daughter, and eventually Scott's coworker and her boyfriend. It was quite and crowd, and eventually Jan's wife, Yen, and their son, Klaus, who I like so much came. We had some burgers and drinks and talked for a while.
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... and over 90% humidity.
Mission 2 sounded a lot easier. To our delight we found a Marks and Spencers store and even better, it was of course air-conditioned. And naturally we thought that we would find some beautiful children's clothes, just like the ones I found at the Delhi Airport store. The Marks and Sparks clothes however were simply awful and so dejected, we wearily set off on the long walk back to our hotel. Mission 2 was now looking grim.