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... you off - unfortunately, it was the only one there - and he was correct! It was an exciting trip zig-zagging amongst pedestrians, bikes, motor cyclists, buses and all the varieties of other vehicles on the road. Our driver user two hands on his mobile as he drove - did the 'phone a friend' trick to find out where we had to go. He was successful and dropped us right at the door. The return trip (in a blue taxi) was half ...
... staff at the restaurant recognized we did not exactly know what we were doing so kept coming over to show us what implement to use or how to use the sauces with the meats-they were very helpful but it was kind of funny as we got the feeling that they were say “poor westerners trying to do hot pot”.
Kathleen we hope you enjoyed your trip and the opportunity to explore Shanghai.
Our next visitor is our son Robert who will be here in less than a ...
... tall and incredibly buff and think NO ONE in China looks like that. No one, but nice try. But now that I got that over, the real gem of the museum was an authentic dezbao or something like that, I forget what they are actually called, but they were these posters that students began putting up during the revolution in support of communism. They'd have a title and a Mao quote and then they'd call out either people, businesses or other organizations for being anti-communist. They ...
... Then, a second set of doors open and then you can go inside. Then, we went to the left down what looked like a secret hallway with ceilings that seemed like they were 20 or 30 feet tall. Everything was so discreet, like if Morgan hadn't been there before, we wouldn't have found the way. We had to take this hallway because we were going to eat at a restaurant in the Park Hyatt, on the 91ST FLOOR!!! We had to take a special elevator that skips over the ...
... was playing and entertaining the guests.
The band was a four piece, with a particularly good clarinet player who when I had a chat with him in my pigeon French turned out to be the father of the drummer and uncle of the guitar player. They were from France, Poitiers to be precise and had been brought over for a short tour. They played and played, danced and ran around the room engaging the guests at every turn. I am not a great fan of bands ...