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Party guide in Chengdu #Part2

Last week I introduced you to some really good places for a night out in Chengdu. But aside from American-style parties, western clubs and rooftop bars, in Chengdu you can also experience some crazy Chinese clubs, chilled pubs and amazing riverside bars.
 

Lan Kwai Fong (桂坊)

Lan Kwai Fong Chengdu, named after the infamous party street in Hong Kong, is a purpose-built entertainment complex in the heart of the Waitan area on the riverbank. It’s the place where you can find a Latino-American bar like Rumba bar alonside a Chinese club next door. It offers some restaurants, cafes and shops, but even more clubs and bars for the keen party goers ! Lan Kwai Fong attracts an international crowd with its numerous establishments. Every club has differents things and atmospheres to offer : MIU bar for free alcohol, Venus for it’s crazy atmosphere and its original dancefloor.

InternChina - Lan Kwai Fong
InternChina – Lan Kwai Fong

Jiu Yan Qiao (九眼桥)

Close to Sichuan University campus, there are various bars and clubs in this area. The surrounding street BBQ places, known as Shaokao, are always good for a midnight snack after long night out.

  • ONLY : If you ever wanted to experience a Chinese club, then Only is the place to be. If you go you might be the only foreigners on the dancefloor, but the Chinese will be very welcoming, perhaps a little too much !
  • Underground bar : A British bar located in the heart of Chengdu where you can find over 50 different beers and tasty homemade food. Nice place to chill with your friends after a long workday.
  • MUSE : You can find a Muse in almost every major city in China and the concept is always the same: stylish interior, pumping sounds and the occasional dance show on the stage. Good for a fun evening and a couple of whiskeys mixed with green tea.
InternChina - Muse Club Jiu Yan Qiao
InternChina – Muse Club Jiu Yan Qiao

Riverside Bars

The Riverside in Chengdu offers quite a few bars to hang out at different locations. There are bars along the river near Jiuyanqiao and west of Ren Min Nan Lu. One of the best ones is probably the reggae themed ‘Jahbar’. There are regular free jam sessions and cheap Tsingdao beer in a nice setting. What more can you ask for ?!

InternChina - Chengdu's riverside by night
InternChina – Chengdu’s riverside by night

 Yu lin (玉林)

  • Machu picchu (马丘比丘): A small and chilled bar hidden in a side street off Yu Lin Nan Lu (玉林南路) with live music on the weekends. You can go there during the week and pleay video games on a gigantic screen while drinking beers !
  • New little bar : The original Little Bar served for years as the capital of Chengdu’s burgeoning rock music scene but after years of building their audience, the original location wasn’t big enough to house the events that were taking place there. New Little Bar has now a capacity of about 80 patrons and features a stage and sound system that’s a dramatic upgrade from their previous offering.
InternChina - New Machu Picchu bar
InternChina – New Machu Picchu bar

I hope I could give you an insight into Chengdu’s nightlife. If you also would like to do an internship here, check out our page.

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Party Guide #1

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Party Guide in Chengdu #part1

Chengdu is a young, vibrant and dynamic city where you can experience the fast growing economy while being deeply imbeded in the Chinese culture, this city can offer the best of both worlds. Apart from that, there is also a really diverse nightlife that caters for all different tastes of music, beer and atmosphere.
Being here for more than 2 months now, has allowed me to discover more about the different clubs and bars in this crazy city. So I decided to make a list of the best places by areas.

 

Kehuabeilu (科华北路)

A must go place when living in Chengdu as an expat is the Poly Center ( 保利中心) On the daylight, this huge complex comprises commercial and residential buildings. But when the moon shows up, Poly Center is becoming Chengdu’s top nightlife destination, gathering more than 12 clubs and bars up to the top floors !

InternChina - Party in Chengdu
InternChina – Party in Chengdu

 

  • Tag bar & Here we go : 2 clubs located on the 21st floor, allow to a great view on the city while listening to electronic music with Chengdu’s best DJs, coming from all around the world.
  • Helens : a proper definition for Helens would be « perfect place for predrinks », with free drinks from 9 to 10 and really cheap amercian style food. Helens also have an other venue in Dong Men Jiao, which offers the view on the river side.
InternChina - Party in Chengdu
InternChina – Party in Chengdu

 

WangFuJing Rooftop : One of the best places I’ve been since I’m here. In the summer the most amazing rooftop parties take place here. Hard place to find as you have to go through a deserted shopping mall by night, (quite scary at some point) but as soon as you get there, electro music, garden, deckchairs and cocktails are awaiting!

 

Tong Zi Lin (桐梓林)

Tong Zi Lin is the place where most foreigners live in Chengdu, hence has a bit more westernized bar and club scene.

 

  • Jellyfish: Very popular with foreigners (males) and Chinese (girls) alike, this is the place to work on your international relations. Often the place you go when all the clubs around are closing when the sun rises !
  • Beernest: A bit more expensive than Helens, the Beernest offers a wide range of beers and crazy good burgers and fries. Nice place for predrinks and to chill by playing pool. Interesting place to go during one of their monthly networking event.
  • Tongzilin swimming pool: interesting as you may have noticed, it is not even a club or a bar. But every Sunday after a long partying weekend, it becomes the place to be for every expat, creating a ‘springbreak’ atmosphere.
  • Shamrock: This sports bar is popular which shows a lot live matches (rugby, AFL, NFL, etc.) and is also the home base of the local Western-Chinese rugby team. Ladies night on Fridays
InternChina - Party in Chengdu
InternChina – Party in Chengdu (Jellyfish)

 

Flower Town (三圣)

  • Dojo: If you come to Chengdu for the first time, the first word you may hear when you ask for party is this definitely Dojo. This is the venue for the infamous Flower Town House-Parties. Dojo is an American style party that takes place every two months.The music on the three floors ranges from Hip Hop to Funk and Minimal to Dub Step Chengdu’s top DJs like Luna or Marco. Additionally, there is lot of other entertainment, like Beer Pong, fire shows, live visuals and a bouncy castle. The bar offers all sorts of drinks and snacks like homemade pizza and baijiu watermelon. It is really hard to get there, but then it’s definitley worth it !
InternChina - Party in Chengdu
InternChina – Party in Chengdu (Dojo)
InternChina - Party in Chengdu
InternChina – Party in Chengdu (Dojo)

 


Morning Bar(早上好): The Flower Town branch of the Morning Bar has a mix of open air and indoor areas to chill out. There are some live performances and even occasionally small music festival here.

 

To be continued…

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Shanghai – A city with different dimensions

Our last weekend was a long one – thanks to the May holiday. So, what do Zhuhai IC interns do on such long weekends? Some go to Haiku like Jenny did (you can read about that here). And others? Of course, to the big cities; We went to Shanghai! It was a really interesting trip during which we learned and experienced a lot.
On Wednesday evening, our journey began: right after work. I searched for a cab offering a good deal with another intern to go to the airport. It took us some time because the streets were full as everybody was on their way home. We also noticed this when we were in the taxi and started worrying if we could make it in time for our flight – especially when our cab driver took all the time he needed to refill his car. In the end, we made it just in time for the last minute check-in. At the gate we met two other interns who would join us on the trip. Guess what, our plane left with 2 hours delay…

After a two hour and thirty minute flight, we landed in Shanghai where we then took the airport bus to get to ‘People’s square’ to eat something and then went to our hotel. On the next day, four more people joined our group and one of them befriended  two locals, a mom and her son: Jessie and David (see pictures). They took us the finance quarter to eat Yang’s dumplings at the foot of the Oriental Pearl Tower. Afterwards, we went to a big shopping mall and then we rested a little for the night back at the hotel.

Internchina - Oriental Pearl Tower
Internchina – Oriental Pearl Tower
InternChina - Our local city guides Jessie and David
InternChina – Our local city guides Jessie and David

After a walk through ‘The Bund’ where there were far too many people, the nightlife could begin!

InternChina - So many people in the Bund
InternChina – So many people in the Bund

First stop: the rooftop bar ‘Bar Rouge’ with an amazing view at Shanghai’s skyline. Also as it was ladies’ night entrance was free, cocktails were free and we got our nails done!!

InternChina - free nailpolish for the ladies
InternChina – free nailpolish for the ladies
InternChina - View from the Bar Rouge
InternChina – View from the Bar Rouge

Next we went to the Shelter. Here a nice description from the internet: a converted bomb shelter, the club is dark, sweaty, black, loud, and thumping. The night ended in ‘Club SOHO’ – a club which also exist in Zhuhai.

Getting up the next morning was not easy but worth it. Again, we met Jessie and David who took us to Shanghai’s traditional area which was also very crowded but still very nice. We went to a market nearby to look for fans, jade bracelets and whatever else a tourist’s heart desires.

InternChina - Shanghai's Old Town
InternChina – Shanghai’s Old Town
InternChina - Fan shopping on the market
InternChina – Fan shopping on the market

Later that day we were invited to KTV (Karaoke) with Jessie’s friends. What happens in a KTV stays in a KTV… 😛 Whatever! Check out this pic: 😀

InternChina - KTV
InternChina – KTV

This night we ended up in ‘Muse’ another of Shanghai’s awesome clubs.

For Saturday morning we reserved a room at ‘Mr. X.’. Short introduction: At Mr. X’s you get locked up into a room and you have to find your way out buy searching for hints, hidden doors, tricks to open them and what’s most important to communicate and work together. To some it might sound childish to some creepy. I tell you: It is AWESOME!! Unfortunately, we could not get out of the room within the given time but we want to try again. Luckily a something like Mr. X also exists in Guangzhou. No question you’ll find us there within the next couple of weeks!

InternChina - Mr. X
InternChina – Mr. X

The last hours until we had to go to the airport we spent on the fake market. Bags, clothes, head phones, watches, make-up… but also traditional paintings, board games, fans and so on. To get to the airport, we took the Maglev: 301km/h. 6 minutes later we arrived at the airport, where I enjoyed a delicious coconut-sticky-rice-mango desert, and departed on time.

InternChina - Maglev. To the airport with 301km/h
InternChina – Maglev. To the airport with 301km/h

Spending the weekend in Shanghai, I must say was really nice. But in the end I was happy to be back in Zhuhai. “Home, sweet home.” Huge cities like Shanghai are nice to visit for a couple of days but everywhere it is so busy and noisy and it takes so long to get from one place to the other.

See you and 再见,

Gianna aka Gini aka 吉娜

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Chinese Drinking Games – 吹牛/青蛙青蛙跳等

If you have lived, studied or worked in China you may have seen Chinese people playing different drinking games in KTVs, bars and clubs. There are lots of different games and they are actually quite fun. If your a foreigner and you go out with a group of people you are not well acquainted with, or perhaps you are a little shy; it’s a kind of Chinese way of breaking the ice. I’d like to list a few and how to play them.
Game 1 – 吹牛

InternChina -  Dice Games
InternChina – Dice Games

First of all, there is show-off 吹牛, it has many different names but this is the easiest one to remember. This is perhaps the most common game all around China as the standard rules can vary between the provinces and cities and there is no limit to the amount of players at one time. Each person has a plastic cup with 5 dice inside, each number is representative of its real value except for one which is random (anything you want it to be). The aim of the game is to guess the amount of dice that everyone has together by only looking at your own, although you can lie. However you are not allowed to have 5 dice of different values, there must at least be two of a kind. As a quick example, if there are only two people playing (10 dice), and I have a two 1’s, two 4’s and a 3 – I can say four fours as adding in the one I have four fours (as well as the unknown amount in my opponent’s cup). They may not believe that I have that many and can open (開!), but of course they have lost and they must drink. Similarly, if in the same situation I called 5 threes, and they opened as there cup did not have any three’s inside, then I have lost as I only have 3 threes (adding in the one). So, the aim of the game is to guess whether the other person is bluffing and catch them out or to guess the correct collected amount of dice. Although, Here is an OK explanation of the rules as I am sure many people are confused.

There are also some very specialised rules, for example when playing 吹牛, you can say two/three/four/five …. 1’s. Whenever, you say 1, it can no longer be a wild/random dice and it is only one. This rule continues to be in effect until someone doubles the amount of their next call. For example If player 1 calls four 1’s (three players), and the next person says five sixes only (栽)….that means that if player 1 or 3 were to open player 2’s cup, the collected amount of dice must total five sixes discounting one. However, if player 3 believed that five of the 15 die were sixes he could say 7 sixes flying (飛), as the wager has jumped from 5 to 7, they can now include one.

There are also lots of other rules, like reversing the order, playing with dead dice (nothing is the same), not looking at your dice/or only looking once, and jumping the queue but they are hard to explain at most Chinese people play with the standard rules. Another thing to remember is when the club/bar/ktv is noisy many people will use hand signs to denote their wager….

Game 2 – 青蛙青蛙跳

There are so many other games I could talk about – like 十五二十 (15/20), 美女/警察/流氓 (Beautiful woman/Policeman/Vagabond), 蘭州拳 (Lanzhou fist), 007啪 (007bang), 大西瓜/小西瓜 (big/small watermelon), lucky, clapping rock/paper/scissors, 過反 (pass/reverse),….in fact I think I know around 20 different games. However, I’d like to share one I learned recently, its really easy to play. Its called 青蛙青蛙跳 – froggy froggy jump. No matter the amount of players, each person puts one hand palm face down on the table with their fingers flat, whoever decided to call first must say 青蛙青蛙跳 and then raise one of their four fingers on their thumb whilst keeping the others pressed down on the table. If any one else raises the same finger or thumb as the person who called, they lose and must drink. Then it is their turn to call. Easy.

This is just a brief introduction to the thousands of games that are played throughout China, there a lots of different games and some people even mix the games together (for example 大戰遊戲 – big war game). If you learn just a few, you can have a really great time.

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InternChina – Group Lucky

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Why you should come to Qingdao?

You may already be convinced on the idea of coming to Qingdao. Or you may be thinking about it – you want to do a big trip and make new experiences but you’re not sure if China and especially Qingdao is your thing. Below are some valuable reasons I think you should come to my current place to be, Qingdao.
The Food

InternChina-Qingdao-cuisine
InternChina- Qingdao cuisine

Chinese food is delicious, cheap and spicy. You should better learn to eat with sticks too. If you are prepared for that you will have some great culinary experiences. In Qingdao you should especially not miss the seafood. On my first night I had a big Chinese BBQ. You can find it on nearly every corner of the city. Just be open-minded and enjoy.

The Landscape

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InternChina- Qingdao is full of beautiful beaches

In Qingdao you can really enjoy the nature. On the one side you have the sea and the beaches. It is great to walk along the beach and watch the sea or spend a chill out day with friends. On the other hand you have a lot of nice mountains to climb. The most famous is Laoshan. It is a great experience to go up and you can truly enjoy the view.

The Sights

InternChina-The-impressive-Zhanshan-Temple
InternChina- The impressive Zhanshan Temple

Qingdao can also offer you some nice sights and cultural experiences. Come and check out some more interesting spots in Qingdao. For example Zhanshan temple: it is a Buddhist temple located on ZhiQuan Road. Especially during summer it is great to just go there to picnic and enjoy the day. Another good place to go is the Zhongshan Park. This is the main city park. Inside there is an amusement park, nature garden, carnival and petting Zoo and a Botanical Garden. Besides that Qingdao offers many other great places. Go out and explore!

The Lifestyle

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InternChina- Qingdao at night

Another big reason for coming to Qingdao is the lifestyle. You have a big city where you can always find a place to go out. You have great restaurants and the previously mentioned barbecue. For fans of the nightlife you have bars like LPG and Charlie’s as well as nightclubs like Muse and Ye Zhao. You will get to know a mixture of Western and Chinese people there. At the same time you have the opportunities to chill out on the beach or in the park. So whatever mood you are in, in Qingdao you can always find a place that makes you happy.

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Guide to Chengdu’s Nightlife II

Two weeks ago I already introduced you to Chengdu’s nightlife and gave you an overview of some of the areas and selection of places to go. In case you missed it, check out my last blog (http://www.internchina.com/en/about/blog/2013/08/guide-to-chengdu%C2%B4s-nightlife-i/).
Apart from the bar and clubs already mentioned there is a lot more to discover in Chengdu’s nightlife. There is a vast range of establishments to choose from, including fancy nightclubs, chilled out riverside bars, small music festivals and American style house parties in the suburbs.

Lan Kwai Fong (兰桂坊)

Lan Kwai Fong Chengdu, named after the infamous party street in Hong Kong, is a purpose-built entertainment complex in the heart of the city centre on the riverbank that caters for the better-off crowd. It offers some restaurants, cafes and shops, but even more clubs and bars for the party crowd.

Lan Kwai Fong attracts an international crowd with its numerous establishments like CC Club, MIU, The Imperial Family NO.1 Club, Lan Kwai No. 8 Club, just to name a few. You can easily go do some club and bar hopping during the night to see which one suits you best.

Shao Lin Lu Bar Street (少陵路酒吧街)

Shao Lin Lu is a bar street in the city’s west and has a more Chinese vibe to it. You will seldom find foreigners in this area, which can make your night out a never-ending row of ganbeis (bottoms up) with random Chinese people who are just happy to meet you. You can find about 10 clubs right next to each other – like True Color, 88, BABI and yet another Muse.. 😉

Riverside Bars

The Riverside in Chengdu offers quite a few bars to hang out at different locations. There are bars along the river near Jiuyanqiao and west of Ren Min Nan Lu. One of the best ones is probably the reggae themed Jahbar. There are regular free jam sessions and cheap Tsingdao beer in a nice setting. What more can you ask for.

Flower Town (三圣乡)

Flower Town in the Southeast of Chengdu is a in a quite rural suburb and offers a relaxed setting for some of Chengdu’s wildest parties. Unfortunately, there are rumors about plans from the city government to rip down the main bar street and construct yet another touristy ‘ancient’ shopping street.

Dojo: This is the venue for the infamous Flower Town House Parties. The music on the three floors ranges from Hip Hop to Funk and Minimal to Dub Step. Additionally, there is lot of other entertainment, like Beer Pong, fire shows, live visuals and a bouncy castle. The bar offers all sorts of drinks and snacks like homemade pizza and baiiu watermelon.

Morning Bar(早上好): The Flower Town branch of the Morning Bar has a mix of open air and indoor areas to chill out. There are some live performances and even occasionally small music festival here.

 

For event listings in Chengdu check out http://www.gochengdoo.com/en/calendar/ and http://www.chengduliving.com/forum/

For more info and addresses in Chinese and Pinyin check out http://www.gochengdoo.com/en/listings/itemlist/chengdu/night_life/ and http://www.chengduplaces.com/

 

 

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Guide to Chengdu´s Nightlife I

Chengdu is a really vibrant and energetic city, that offers you the opportunity to experience the fast-growing modern China as well as the mythical ancient China while doing an internship in a company or take part in our language classes here. Apart from that there is also a really diverse nightlife that caters for all different tastes of music, beer and atmosphere. In fact Chengdu is meant to have the highest density of clubs and bars per capita in China.

Living in Chengdu for more than 4 months now, I had the chance to do in depth research into Chengdu’s nightlife and want to share my insights with you. Since there are so many places to go to, I will split it up in two blogs in which I try to give you an overview of the bars in the different city areas – but this list is far from complete.

Yu Lin (玉林)

Yu Lin is a traditional local living area in the city centre, which fortunately has been spared by the recent building boom and has a really nice and relaxed vibe to it. You can find hundreds of little eateries that offer delicious food to very affordable prices. Additionally Yu Lin boasts a wide range of small bars with regular live music from local and foreign artist. Places to go

  Machupichu (马丘比丘): a small and chilled bar hidden in a side street off Yu Lin Nan Lu (玉林南路) with live music on the weekends. When I asked the Dutch owner why he chose the name he said, because like the ancient Inca town, his bar is small and hard to find 😉

Little Bar (小酒) old & new: with two locations in Yu Lin, this bar is a one of the oldest establishments in Chengdu. The old branch is really relaxed place where you can have a beer with friends and mingle with the locals. Whereas the new bar is the bigger one of the Little Bar’s and has a decent sized stage and dance floor to host the weekly live shows.

 Tong Zi Lin (桐梓林)

Tong Zi Lin is the place where most foreigners live in Chengdu, hence has a bit more westernized bar and club scene.

Shamrock: This sports bar is popular which shows a lot live matches (rugby, AFL, NFL, etc.) and also
is the home base of the local Western-Chinese rugby team. Ladies night on Fridays.

Jellyfish: Very popular with foreigners (males) and Chinese (girls) alike, this is the place to work on your international relations. 😉 They have a new larger location in

Beer Nest I :- A great bar opposite the Poly Centre with a variety of > 60 beers, wines, whiskeys, cocktails and non-alcoholic drinks. There is a cozy upstairs sitting area with sofas and a lovely outside terrace where you can enjoy long summer nights.
The Beer Nest II (Bar and restaurant) :- A second Beer Nest? Yes! But in contrast to the first Beer Nest, this one offers imported and mostly craft draft beers and tasty European food as well. Additionally, this location also offers great events like their bi-weekly Quiz Night and monthly Entrepreneurship Meetup- how cool is that?

Jiu Yan Qiao (九眼)

Close to Sichuan University campus, there are various bars and clubs in this area. The surrounding street BBQ places are always good for a midnight snack after long night out.

Lan Town: Regular events with DJs from Chengdu and other Chinese cities playing a wide range of music from Hip Hop to Dub Step and Drum and Bass make this a place worth visiting if you are up for more urban sounds.

Muse: You can find a Muse in almost every major city in China and the concept is always the same: stylish interior, pumping sounds and the occasional dance show on the stage. Good for a fun evening and a couple of whiskeys mixed with green tea.

 Dong Men Da Qiao (东门大桥)

Hemp House (麻糖): Relaxed atmosphere with a big outside area to linger around with a chilled Beer Lao after work. In the evenings they have either live bands or DJs playing until late at night.

For event listings in Chengdu check out http://www.gochengdoo.com/en/calendar/ and http://www.chengduliving.com/forum/

For more info and addresses in Chinese and Pinyin check out http://www.gochengdoo.com/en/listings/itemlist/chengdu/night_life/ and http://www.chengduplaces.com/

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Jon’s Birthday: Internchina Style

Ok, so last weekend Qingdao had the honour of hosting an InternChina intern’s birthday Jonathan Libis!
At twenty three years of age he decided that he would have a jam packed day which involved lasagne, rooftops, hedgehogs and killing aliens.

After taking a leisurely morning stroll around Qingdao’s beautiful May fourth square Jon sat in the summer sun and pondered what to do on this sunny day. He eventually decided to come to my house to drink beer and play halo on the Xbox, a most fortunate of decisions.

May 4th Square: A great place to ponder

After saving the world at 6pm, we met with the other interns on ‘ Coffee street’. The streets real name is Minjiang second street and it is home to roughly a million cafes, tea houses and and bistro type restaurants. The perfect place to find a nice Italian eatery… which is what we did… and where we ate.

 

Friends, food, and wine...a winning combination!

I think after we all stuffed ourselves on homemade pizza, pasta, and Italian wine, we would happily recommend Milanos Italian restaurant to other hungry Qingdaoers.
Jon was also showered with gifts at the restaurant which included a Chinese piggy bank, a block of cheese (being French) and a cake shaped hedgehog. What more could a 23 year old want?

Birthday boy shining his pearly whites

The night was young so, cheese in hand, Jon led the way to the Intercontinental hotel’s famous rooftop party.

IC Qingdao being the life of the party

This party is held on the roof of the hotel and is called the Rain and Wine bar.. which was apt because it did actually rain, and some people were drinking wine! They have a DJ spinning his discs and ‘all you can drink/until it runs out’ beer for 50 RMB. The views from the top are spectacular, especially before 11pm when all of Qingdao is lit up with lasers and 100 metre high building screens.

This is not the view from the rooftop...but still beautiful!

We danced the night away.. until it rained too much then we went inside and chatted the night away..
All in all it was a great day! I hope Jon had a nice birthday!

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