Fraser Suites Top Glory Shanghai
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... pick up times and locations happens between iPhones, iPads, translators, and pictures. It's pretty fun to watch, especially when it works!
I was amazed at the modern and well manicured look of Shanghai on our first ride through the city. I expected it to feel like NY, but the only vibe I think we both got was Disney World’s Tomorrowland. We headed to the Pearl Tower to walk around and ride to the top for sweeping views of the city. This is where bizarro world began. ...
... noticeable mistake was when one girl was doing a large flip after being thrown into the air and was supposed to land on the other guys legs that were in the air while he was lying down. She mistimed it and fell, it was ok as there were two buff guys there to catch her. She didn't stop though, she was straight back up and did the trick again, this time perfectly.
After the acrobatics we met up with Phoebe and we where going to go for a drink at a roof top bar ...
... Monosodium Glutamate
Construction Communist Dust Dirt Germs into his bloodstream, causing a
scaly green horn of shame to grow from his forehead. It happened again and again and again, and of course we were
never quick enough - and by the time we noticed how filthy Sweet Pea
had become - he HAD in fact sucked on his hands, the damage done. That
was all it took - five minutes of that - before K and I looked at each
other and said Screw ...
We've raised quite the trio of little beauties! Never would have guessed in a million years we would have little models in the family. Aoife and Teagan have earned some big bucks hamming it up for the camera here in Shanghai. (Kiera was offered but never able to attend.)
Hope you enjoy the pictures as much as we do.
... br> The French quarter is full of tree-lined boulevards, and has lots of little fashion shops and Patisseries, but we were here for the Propaganda Museum, which I had been looking forward to. I like the whole communist imagery and propaganda style, recently even more so from following AFC Liverpool, who have a definite Soviet look to the club badge. The problem was that we couldn't find the place anywhere... Eventually a security guard in an apartment block pointed to one of the blocks ...