Forte Hotel Shanghai
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... world. We had several tables and about 35 of us all eating together so the atmosphere was really nice. We then went on to have some cocktails and beers in all of the bars that were definitely out of our price range but decided to treat ourselves to as many white russian cocktails as we desired before heading back to the hotel for some sleep.
On the third day we went to Downtown Shanghai, which was FULL OF CHINESE spitting, coughing, ...
Our last day in Shanghai was spent at the Shanghai (Free) museum. It was pretty hazy all day, but not too hot. We went into the wrong museum initially and paid (we thought the rules had changed for the free shanghai museum) to see the Shanghai architectural museum. It was 5 floors and had pretty interesting exhibits. After a couple hours here, we went across the street to the actually free museum. There was a long line up, but it went quickly. ...
... around at our own pace, I was with our kids most of the time, drifting between the smaller groups... Until they all seemed to vanish. Where to look... The cafe! :-) Some of the exhibits really grabbed, mostly paper cuttings and calligraphy which after been the subject of some classes at school, the students all round had a much greater appreciation for. Lunch at the Pearl TV tower was a real treat...In the revolving restaurant! Buffet style with Chinese, ...
... so we were pretty excited.
The next two bars were called "The Boxing Cat" and "Bubba's Texas BBQ." Both perfect places for our group because we had been trying to see those bars but haven't had enough time lately.
Bubba's even had the game corn hole set up outside for us - hilarious. I was Mark's partner, and Tyler was matched up with this guy in a muscle-T and a bucket hat from Texas. He was hilarious.. good at corn hole too.
We finished the crawl ...
... when he shows him the burger, while the guy at the table after that starts wiggling a finger in the air to catch the lads attention; and when he succeeds he nods towards his own table. The lad says here you are as he finally gives the burger to it's rightful owner. Neither of the men say anything.
Contrary to back home, in China (and in Korea also), it is not customary to clean up after yourself in places such as MacDonalds and KFC. Here they have ...