Holiday Inn Express Meilong
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... Came across a young girl, Mark said Nihao to her. She grinned and said hi. The mom encouraged her to talk to us. When they walked in one direction, we went in the other. We passed a carousel. Shortly after, we came across a bunch of men standing around in a circle. When we got closer, we realized there was a card game in the center. Joked about how intense it was.
As the path meandered on, ...
... amazing stories in a group this large and varied.
I started in the chinese section of the buffet, picking up a few meat buns, some roasted duck, some peking style duck wraps, and whole large prawns. I didn't have room for the fish head and beef tongue soup that I saw in the section, but it looked interesting and worth a try someday. As I worked on my first plate, the waiter continued to come around and top off my glass of ...
Today we got to have a sleep in as we weren't required to be downstairs in the lobby until 0900hrs. First thing on today was a bus ride to the tallest building in Shanghai, the locals call it the bottle opener as that's what it looks like. Apparently it's owned by the Japanese. Shanghai World Financial Centre is what it's name is. This building back in 2007 was the second tallest building in the world. The Building is 493 metres tall and we went to ...
... space one where we went in the spinny round machine they use for preparing for space and the human body ride where we got eaten and pooed out :) In the evening we went to the Shanghai Circus world which was totes amaze balls!!! Started off a bit slow with balancing bowls on a guys head but then went into brilliant acrobatics, contortionists, plate spinners, a guy throwing ...
... the stage, which had 3 wheels within it, three young guys jumped into each of the three wheels and set it spinning, next three other guys got on top of the wheels and were running backwards and going over the top of the big wheel as it spun, then they sent them out blind folded, so hard to explain, but edge of your seat stuff. Then the grand finale was the cage of death. A giant metal ball is placed on the stage and in goes a motorbike, then another and then another ...