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... is a very large cavern (could play a few basketball games in there), and a movie is shown on the "ceiling" of the cave, depicting the evolution of the spot where the cave eventually is formed. It's pretty cool. Then, on the side of the cavern, a scene from the ballet Swan Lake is shown. Kind of quirky, actually, but as it was explained, the Chinese believe ballet is classy and beautiful, so thought it was fitting to include a ballet in a cave. All in ...
... me even though I was thirty minutes early for my appointment. She asked me to fill out a registration form prior to my meeting with the doctor. I wasn’t expecting to register for anything, as we haven’t decided if I am going to be getting service there or not. She told me there was no charge and it was just so the doctor can record any notes from our meeting. I reluctantly filled out the form, including my passport and medical ...
... we went off to the Shanghai Museum for a couple of hours. A huge line up to get in (our museums would be so jealous of the crowds). Again, I am astonished at the money China puts into its public places. This was a great museum, and lucky for us, the panels were all in Chinese and English, so we could figure out what we were looking at. Our conservaters would have loved the display of the many Chinese paintings on silk scrolls (some going back to 200 ...
... shirts and pick-up a couple lightweight dresses... This is just after deciding to ship stuff back since my bag is feeling super heavy. Oh well. I enjoyed it anyway. I then made my way down to the Bund which is where tomorrow's architecture meets yesterday's. On one side of the Huangpu river the architecture is a mixture of Western styles from what looks like the 18th and 19th centuries and on the other side are a cluster of extremely tall modern skyscrapers. I ...
... up in really tall tower and took lots of pictures of the view, and rubbed a Buddha's belly. It was a really fun time and I'm happy that we got to explore. We took a different route home, which was nice to see a different way and it helped me get my bearings some more.
On the way home, we tried going into a restaurant named Mr. Waffle. I thought for sure they'd have delicious waffle cones, but no. It was tea and some stuff I didn't know because they didn't have ...