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My First American Clubbing At Downtown Mix, Sacramento

MY THREE MONTHS HOLIDAY HAS ALMOST COME TO AN END... it is time to bade goodbye to my American friends.  And one of them told me that before we leave, we must go for an All American Dancing!  I must experience the American kind of clubbing, they said.  Wow... that is my cup of tea, I really don't mind going at all... LOL... I love dancing as much as singing but I have to admit that my movements are all restricted now, partly due to my "fractured" leg and main reason is due to "A-G-E"... LOL... No more flexibility as in my younger days, no more... Nevertheless, I am ALL for the Big Night!

Everyone was dressed up, all ready for the Big Night, they took us to Downtown Mix where the happening is... And I made a blunder by not taking my ID out on this particular night!  At the entrance, everyone has to produce their ID and of all days, I did not bring my handbag!  But all was not lost, my sister have an idea... she gave me her driving license... After all, Asians look more or less alike and we have same surnames too!  LOL...
People were already swarming at the night club.. 
This is the open air area....
We were given an open room where the dancing hall was just outside...
The perfect seating.... 
Music was loud in the air... 
Dancing queen, old and thin, going 70....  LOL... 
And my friend took these pictures... I didn't even realize at all...
I must be busy puffing away... 
Later in the night, we went outside to experience the cool wind and get warmth from a fireplace... 
Later in the night... we experienced the open air and fireplace at the middle... 
It was so nice!
Thank you Friends for the Wonderful Evening...
I really appreciate all you have done to make our holiday a memorable one.... 
My First American Clubbing!!

Comments

  1. Wah...like a teenager again, eh? That's why must check ID, you look so young hee..hee..hee...

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  2. Wowwwwww!!!! Swinging the night away!!! So happening lah you! What songs do they play? You know any? Not Dancing Queen, I'm sure. :D

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  3. Now you have done something that even I myself have not! And this looks like a very nice place. Oh, I see you are dancing too, is that you out there on the floor? I bet you kept up with the best of them.

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  4. So much fun, so much fun, Claire! I can see that you enjoy the clubbing so much. You look good in that outfit too.

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  5. Girls Just Wanna Have Fun... You had a marvelous time dancing all night. I thought your leg injured leg had fully recovered. Looks like we are in the same boat.

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  6. Can see from the photos that you were having a great time dancing the night away! You were all dolled up! Very nice!

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  7. You look great, Claire. No problem clubbing all night long.

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