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... it out before then! We watched some TV off the laptop, and once we had a long enough break for our poor feet, we went back out walking, in search of Sephora to get some eye masks which Natalie and I both liked.
Walking for a long, long time got us to one Sephora, though not the one we had been thinking of. We also bought some sandwiches for our long train ride tomorrow.
We walked back to the hotel to drop off our purchases, and we walked ...
... here is actually better than it is where I live in Florida. There is a New York Pizza restaurant here in the mall that was pretty good and with the purchase of a medium pizza you get a free pitcher of beer. In case you didn’t know China has its own beer. You may have seen it in the U.S. it is called Tsingtao. What I bet you didn’t know is the reason China has its own beer. In the late nineteenth century Qingdao was actually a ...
... deck in the world, on the 100th floor. This building was also rather cool as it had a big hole through the middle of it and the observation tower was at the top of this hole, it made the building look like a giant bottle opener. The view was surprisingly good, I thought that the smog would spoil the view but it didn’t actually hinder it too much. While having a Beer on the 94th floor, I met a British guy as well as some guys from ...
A couple hours before my train, I woke up. Yes, I had accidentally
fallen asleep (only for about 1 hour)! Luckily, the guy didn’t steal anything
and had actually walked off. I tried to make my getaway but I bumped into him as
he made his way back -.- Anyway, in the end I discovered that he was not a
scammer – he was indeed a traveller as well (he showed me his ...
... the groom surrounded by his friends and holding the bouquet, going to the brides house with his "entourage" (there were maybe 20 men and women with him) busting in her bedroom door, feeding her some food, giving her the flowers and carrying her to the car. The parents and grandparents gave them money in a red envelope, and then they had something similar to a reception? It was in an alleyway, with a pink curtain backdrop placed in the middle of the ...