Hyatt on the Bund
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32-33 floor vue bar
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... my suitcase.... I miss football so much....
7. Mac n’ Cheese.... no elaborating needed....
8. All of you! I wish I could have packed all of you in a suitcase and brought you with me! I know reading along makes it feel like you are here, but it would be SOOOO awesome if you really were!
Until next time,
I will be blowin’ in the wind....
love, hugs and girly kisses,
the flyin’ dandelion
When we arrived in Shanghai yesterday we were thrilled by our room as it no longer stank of sewage like our room (and entire road the hostel was on) in Beijing. This morning we wished we were back in the Beijing hostel: for some completely unknown reason, our room is opposite the toilets, sinks, showers and hairdryers and backs onto the bar, pool table, table football and balcony area. Chinese hostels are well known for their thin walls and, needless to say, as ...
... of the traditional style. A rotating stage, an elevating stage and a picture-frame stage are set up at the performance area, which meets the requirement of acrobatic and circus competitions and performances, as well as providing an excellent space for general dancing and music performances. Shanghai Circus World has been well known internationally for many years for its resident company, the Shanghai Acrobatic Troupe with its brilliant performers, variety of acts, superb ...
... using a beer keg as an improvised Simba, held up at the appropriate time when the music reached its final bracing crescendo. And Blondie and Madonna were much on the playlist in the second girl-heavy session.
But the night can't end with karaoke. For you see, karaoke activates that primitive need that resides deep within everyone... The need to DANCE!
... wanted to check out a street for possible night life in Shanghai. So we got out of the metro early to check out but there was nothing but fancy shops. So after helping (bargaining with) the old begger we got the metro back to our hostel. Decided to get a couple of drinks at our hostel instead. It was a fine day after all.
Woke up with the plan to go the old town in Shanghai. John decided to join so we left together. On the way ...