Shichahai Sandalwood Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... guards show up, ascend the stairs and the door to the plane is opened. Immediately following this the security guards escort someone down the stairs who appears to be dressed in a pilots uniform. Now normally I wouldn't find this too strange but the three hours we were up was not a typical flight. When you are in a car and someone keeps accelerating and then braking you get this slight jerking motion. I never thought that ...
... br> I then decided to take the subway back to campus. My decision to take the stairs instead of the escalator made me realized how much I had turned into Bethany. I truly miss having Bethany in my life.
Back on campus, I chilled in the lounge and I met some of the new people in my program. Then, I decided to visit Kelsey in her room. There, I ran into Liz, who I met at the airport. Kelsey and I told Liz about our orientation last semester.
... I returned to my room. Mohini came knocking on my door about going to the swapping event at Munch. I told her to wait because I needed to get some lunch.
Immediately, I dashed to the Stadium Store to buy some instant noodles. When I exited the dorm, I saw Bethany and Chloe. I ran after them and told them about the swapping event.
Afterward, I brought my noodles.
After eating it fast, I quickly got ready for the event. Anthony ...
This year's Dragon Boat holiday has proven to be a wonderful whirlwind for me. I suppose one fairly obvious reason is that today was a national holiday, so the work week has been cut into two two-day pieces. As it turned out, we had a little celebration at the Embassy on Tuesday during the day to celebrate all those officers whose China tours were coming to a close this summer and who would be moving on to their next ...
... and the more westernized part of the wedding happened here. Rings were exchanged, vows said, and June wore a white dress. Overall, the day was very busy, including six outfit changes, four different hairdos, three locations and toasts with every table of guests (there were a LOT of tables). I'm so happy I was able to go and that June and all of her family were so nice!
Finally, last Saturday I FINALLY went to the Forbidden City which was ...