Venus International Hotel Shanghai South Railway Station Guangda
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... with pork, shrimp and crab, and other small dishes. No snake wine, though.
Dinner was early so we could catch the Shanghai Circus World show, called ERA. This is very similar to Cirque du Soleil shows; in fact, Cirque consulted with this group when it was planning the show. It was great, spectacular even. We had front row seats, and the crescent shaped stage was very close to us (sorry, no photography was allowed during the performance, but we were able to take pictures ...
... but of course Renee found a way instead of an excuse and found a way for me to get treatment while in Shanghai.
That seems like the perfect segway to tell you about my mission for the day. I had an appointment with a doctor at the Shanghai East International Medical Center to discuss their capability of handling my blood transfusion needs. All I needed to do was get myself to a place I have never been, in a country where I ...
... the Chinese government is planning to reconnect it all, no douvt for historical and tourist reasons). Only took about 100,000 workers! He travelled only once to Suzhou on a boat larger than the one we are going to be on the Yangtze on (which holds some 280 passengers), only to be overthrown and beheaded at the end of his journey by angry peasants forced to work on the canal.
Since we arrived late, we went straight to the hotel where we had dinner ...
... out. The objects in the room could be moved and used as keys and clues. Our group made it out!
The second place we visited was X Club (no relation haha). X Club is your typical laser tag venue, however it also had a full bar and your typical bar activities like a karaoke stage and darts. We paid $15 for unlimited laser tag rounds for 2 1/2 hours. Not too shabby.
The final venue I visited recently was a cafe/postcard shop. This store, located in ...
... br> On Saturday, Scott had to go to training so Ashley and I went to Carrefour for her first adventure. It was pouring rain when we walked there, so I got to wear my rainboots and I shared my umbrella. I had to buy fabric softener for winey baby Scott because our clothes were too stiff. Hahaha I'm kidding, our clothes were pretty stiff. So I got that, some Pepsi Chicken chips (finally!!) and some cola, and Ashley bought some things for her. We tried eating at a Papa Johns ...