Jing An Hotel
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... a house in that area, it would cost about 4 million US Dollars, so I'd say it was a pretty snazzy place. I've uploaded a few pictures of the place that the ceremony was held so you can see what it looked like. Very, very nice. The clubhouse was 4 stories high, with a fitness center, swimming pool, restaurant, billiards room and several rooms for events and entertaining.
Anyway, for the three younger classes, the ceremony involved each class ...
... to our table to chat. We could immediately tell they were all completely hammered. There were 2 who chatted with us for a while: Steven and Kevin. Kevin was being forced to chug drink after drink by his co-workers and Steven was forcing himself to chug many drinks. They told us over and over that they were from Beijing, that they liked Beijing better, and Shanghai was a fun place. I went to the bathroom and Kevin followed in behind me. Little did I know it was a single ...
... card which was no trouble for us.
Karen Strickland, breeder of fine Siamese cats at Karuss Cattery, North Ryde is another of our more flamboyant and delightful friends. Like our relationship with Anne, we have forged a wonderful yet unlikely friendship with her and her family through my introduction at a local cat show some years ago - where to Alan's dismay I came home with the most gorgeous black Oriental kitten, Kim Chi Pickle (I was in a lot ...
... would serenade the girls. But they didn't. Apparently, being called a turtle means you're shy. The girls then tried to encourage them by singing Hey Jude (not at all in key), but they still would not- chickens!! We then had lunch and spent the afternoon wandering through small roads and over bridges crossing the canal, which Sean usually hates, but today he managed to embrace it- i think he's secretly starting to like it!! We then returned to shanghai to catch the overnight train to ...
After another lengthy night train (this time without the music but leaving from the fairly filthy Xi'an train station) on which I again was pleased to find that the person on the opposite bed had decided to bring a KFC megabucket onto a 20 hour train ride, we finally arrived in China's biggest city - Shanghai. As in Beijing, the subway was clean and easy to use and we arrived at our hostel which was just off a busy pedestrian street and ...