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From the populous big city of 25 million in Shanghai to the “small” city of 13 million people of Suzhou (which only had some 600,000 people just 30 years ago.
A sumptuous buffet dinner, we gorged on seafood and sampled lots of other items, some not so good, we left the chicken’s head, the frogs and didn’t try the very beautiful black fungus. Great value for $22 which included beer and a wonderful ...
... clue what it really is now. All I know is that aside from the mall we are in some sort of industrial park.
I spent all of the day in the apartment arguing back and forth with the doctor who is treating me here about the blood. I also contacted my insurance company to complain as I felt like fraud was being committed. They said that they have had trouble with Shanghai East in the past ...
... ferry arrived and we stood behind the gate watching the passengers exit...and then it was our turn. The gate was lifted, and there was a rush for the entrance. I grabbed Mary Ann's hand with my left, and with my right I grabbed Sara's, and we made a run for the back entrance along with the majority of the crowd. We were on a mission. Our husbands were on their own. Nothing broke our grip of each other, and while most people headed for the stairs on the far ...
... could wipe the water from my face, was almost crying with laughter. I got into the lift and did nothing but laugh. We didn't say a word to eachother, as we couldn't stop laughing. She actually described the moment as 'one of the funniest things she'd ever seen'. I can imagine that this would be true, if I wasn't the one soaking from HEAD to TOE. I showered, warmed myself up and had a few beverages with the team before our early rise in the morn.
... call me now, if you want a dragon!) We returned to the hotel at lunch to pick up Beaty, who had stayed with Sarah, and drop me off, but upon arrival, discovered that Sarah felt well enough to join us, even though she wasn't 100%.
After lunch, we went to the Yu Garden, really one of the most beautiful sights in Shanghai. I think everyone wants to move in the moment they, walk in through gate. It can only be described as a picture book rendition of ...