I've been studying with ice for about 3.5 years! I'm a writer and a comedian, and what I liked most about studying with ICE is that she has a good method for review in place. At the end of each chunk of units, she has a test or some other review system. The vocab that I learned was also always really useful. ICE picks/designs textbooks that teach really common words that you use often. Finally, the system of repetition in class was great for learning pronunciation and remembering how to use the words.
A friend and I, for the first time, ate here last week. We ordered three dishes along with rice. The three-cup chicken was the standout; I loved the whole garlic cloves and even the thin, chewy slices of ginger which had absorbed flavors from the chicken and sauce. The eggplant dish was a bit overcooked and not too tasty. The cold salad of jellyfish with some variety of preserved flower was tasty.
I hadn't realized until after I left the restaurant, but I overpaid by around forty yuan. I was charged 137 yuan, but the total for the three dishes plus rice should have come to around ninety-five. Outside of this problem, I think the portions were well-sized for the prices.
I booked a Bali trip (late July, 2015) with RDT, their staff replied me quickliy, and price was better than those provided by other agencies to which I also sent inquiries. Well, the Bali holiday arranged by RDT was very nice, good hotel, direct flights, good service of local tour guide.
My family had a nice holiday in Bali. I' d like to recommend RDT to expatriates looking for good travel agency in Shanghai.
we spent a pleasant moment in this French restaurant serving simple but tasty products (La Perigourdine salad was delicious). as it is summer time we did not try the fondue cheese or tartiflette but sure we will come back when the temperature will be cooler.
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