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... up another 35 floors to the observation deck. We were more interested in having a look at the hotel's interior and on the lift up to the hotel lobby, we met a nice American guy who graciously let us up to the 77th floor for free. The circular floors create a cool spiraling pattern and is definitely worth checking out!
It was time to head back, so we jumped on the Big Bus and drove back over the Nanpu Bridge back to The Bund. From there it was a short walk back to the ...
... us a cute story about this farmer. Bill Clinton was coming to visit the warriors, and the officials helped prepare the farmer by teaching him some English phrases, such as "How are you?" "Fine, thank you." "Me, too," etc. When Clinton finally arrived, the farmer was flustered, and instead of asking Clinton, "How are you?" he asked him "Who are you" to which Clinton replied, "Hilary's husband." The farmer still confused, replied, "Me, too." We thought that was a cute story!
... her and will be staying with us. We have lots of plans to do during the week to show him as much of Shanghai as we can in a week. Hopefully I will have more to share after that. Enjoy the pictures of our dinner and a few other random ones. More to come
PS: The weather here has been about 40-50 degrees on a good day. Sometimes its a little colder and rainy. I only saw a little bit of snow once. Hope you are all staying warm back in Michigan!
... Pac-Man, but a great port of the original arcade classic, complete with cherries and cut scene when you finish the second level. So while the other losers around me where desultorily looking out window, I was racking up some major high scores in my virtual world. Who needs the full glory of nature when you have this blipping and flashing old school classic?
Seriously though, full credit to the Russian airline company Aeroflot, for not only providing ...
... Andy decide they want to visit guitar shops first as Andy has only brought three of his favourite guitar picks with him and John is convinced he can pick up a Les Paul or Gibson at a knock-down price.
I disagree with the plan but John is insistent so off we go to Jinling Rd, home of a vast array of music stores much to the confusion of poor Olga who is trying to make all the arrangements for us. We go into various shops but none of them have the right kind of guitars for John ...
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