Celebrity Ruicheng Hotel
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... A few of my friends went up to find a bar and the rest of us stayed down to guard the table. After a while we got bored and decided to leave one friend to guard the table (he was talking to a girl so he wanted to say anyways). We told him we were going to come down in a bit.
Leaving him alone down ...
... they took! This definitely worked in our favor. There were several pictures that we had to cut that we now have.
From the photo studio, we walked down the street and took the kids to McDonalds for dinner. Apparently every year this is something they ask for, and this year was no different. They were extremely excited to be going. And I cannot lie, the adults were fairly excited for it too. The amount ...
... wrong side of gigantic Chengdu. We were convinced we were going to miss our train, thus being stuck in Chengdu for another 10 days until we could book another ticket (there is such a demand for trains here that the only way to get a seat is to book as soon as the ticket office starts selling the tickets 10 days in advance). We thought that our only chance would be to get off the bus as soon as it broke free of the massive traffic jam and try and catch ...
... would tell us we had reached the square at the center of town. Chengdu has grown into a much larger place (14 mil pop.) than we had last been to in 2003. Nothing looked familiar. As the bus drove down a canyon of high rises, we began trying to ask our fellow passenger for Mao Square ('Tianfu') or 'Laomashi' metro stop. We didn't expect anyone would speak English, but we surprise to be so thoroughly shunned. They ignored us the best they could ...
... to western music. Inside Muse it looked like any western club equipped with flashing strobe lights and the most popular western songs, most were modified into a sort of techno club remix. Most of the Chinese sat or stood around tables and talked amongst themselves. I asked Tao who exactly these people where that went to the night clubs and he told me that most of these people were from middle class and that they went ...