Good morning! We are still in Shanghai, obviously,
and we’re looking for a little coffee shop where Jesse and I are going to sit down with
the Internet and a guide book and figure out where we’re going next because we know where we’re staying tonight, and after that we have no idea, so… (squeals) The kids
leave tomorrow morning. They’ll be on the plane going back home, and we’ll be on our
own checking out of the hotel, and beginning our travels, so I’m so excited, so excited. You guys, we’ve stumbled on this little series of alleyways that are just ridiculously cute.
Oh my gosh. Everything is adorable and fabulous. Okay, so we just sat in this beautiful beautiful
place and kind of mapped out where we’re going next. The plan right now is to stay in Shanghai
for a few more days and then head up north and we’re going to visit a friend that we
met in Nanjing, stay with her family, go to Beijing and catch up on things that we missed
because we were deathly ill, and then move on from there, so I’m excited. Shanghai is
beautiful. This cafe could not be better. We’re going to wander downstairs in the beautiful
little alleyways and find a place to eat for lunch, so here we go. Hmm, China. (quietly) Thank you, everything was so good, wonderful. Jesse: lovely place. Erin: this is beautiful,
perfect. Woman: Thank you, bye bye. Erin: Thank you, bye bye. Jesse: Watch the stairs.
Erin: Yeah. Erin: Those are definitely the most interesting stairs that we’ve been on. Jesse: Yes. Erin: In China. Jesse: They’re like, I’m telling you which foot lands on each step,
and you’re just gonna do it. Erin: That’s right. Cafe Dan. Love Cafe Dan. We’re just wandering around, getting a little intentionally lost in Shanghai because why not? All right, we are back in the hotel, and I think we’re going to take a little bit of a rest before
we meet everybody for our last night. We are going on a food tour of street food in Shanghai,
and it’s going to be amazing. But right now, I could really use a nap, so…night night.