The Seagull on the Bund Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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We walked around the city, and entered a different kind of market. Mark gave me a little bit of time to guess what kind of market it was.
There were strings between trees and structures, and the strings had a wall of paper clothespinned to it. People sat in chairs, and often had umbrellas in front of them, with paper pinned ...
... lighter, I thought I should just share that while dealing with the absence of my grandparents, my mom found my Grandma's wedding dress. It seemed like a brilliant idea to put it on. Brilliance is not something my family lacks and, as a big fan of ball gowns, my Grandma, and wedding dresses in general, I shimmied into that thing with an enthusiasm rarely seen outside of large sporting events.
And I took pictures. Plenty of them. In princess poses. And it was ...
... had an average age of around 13 was unbelievable. Their use of everyday and common household props like jugs or even hats to do the unthinkable in terms of balancing, jumping, catching, leaping, suspending, juggling, walking on wires left the audience gasping. They were young, exuberant and seemingly enjoying showing off their undoubted physical prowess that separated them from mere mortals like us. An evening well spent.
... by us as a group of Westerners and decided to pose with us while our backs were turned. But Doug turned around and the Chinese man was very happy about that, put his arm around him and together they were posing for photos !!! So Doug is probably now being upheld by a group of Chinese men as the typical western male … or maybe the oddity … I don’t know.
To shop or not to shop … that is the question
... searching for an internet cafe and when I gave up I looked down some stairs that led under the mall and saw a game advertisement. I went down there to find a very large internet cafe.Yeah!
It cost me 4 RMB for one hour. I updated the blog and left for my movie.
The movie was AMAZING! I didn't understand a single word but it was in chinese with chinese subtitle. The seats were a little hard, like the Lancaster theater but far cleaner and it was ...