Shanghai anyone?

I know it’s Saturday. But I’ve done personal e-mail, and now I’m hoping to get to get some work stuff done.

Today let’s take a look at Shanhai. If anyone is interested in going to China, Shanghai is one of the places most people would like to go. It is a very y large city which has quite a mix of Chinese and American culture. There is a mix of very nice hotels as well as hostels depending on your taste and budget. However, you might want to take a look at what hotels actually cost. I’ve heard some things in China can be quite inexpensive.

You are going to find most any cuisine that you are in the mood for in this city. They have a lot of streetvendors you will want to try. The food they are most famous for is their noodles..

I am going to stop here. Let me know if you have any questions.

Luxury train rides


Sundays are the days I do not work. And so on Mondays it takes me sometime to get back to the way I like things to be. Anyway… I know today is a holiday, but I am going to work some anyway since nothing else is going on.

I vaguely remember going on a train ride when I was a little girl. We had relatives in Ohio and Indiana, and my guess is we were going to see either or both of those.. I also have an uncle who is a train fanatic. So today let’s look at some luxury trains. The first train we are going to look at is in India and runs from Delhi to Mumbai. They have recently gotten new bedspreads and carpet. They have rooms and suites that sound pretty much like a hotel. They have very nice food too. And you can choose between Indian food and more normal fare.

The Shrang Li Express is in China. The compartments have air cconditioning and twin beds that are arranged like bunk beds. You are going to eat the local cuisine as you travel on this train. This is a great way to see the CChinese countryside.

I am going to stop here. Let me know if either of these interest you.