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Q: is there any bathhouses in tanggu/teda area ?

is there any bathhouses in tanggu/teda area ?

2 years 2 weeks ago in  Lifestyle - Tianjin

 
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I hope you have a way to scrub your danglies if nobody here knows where the Tanggu/Teda area is because if not you're going to be growing crusty scales pretty soon.

 

RE your question... I have no doubt there are, just ask a local or find someone wearing pajamas and carrying a basket with shampoo etc in it and follow them.

 

 

edit; there's a good chance nobody will know where the tanggu/teda area is - as in what city? you may want to provide some more details, maybe someone here will know.

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I know ... broken heart 

it's knowledge of China I accumulated  setting up GOOG-maps. I was stationed on one satellite prying on China women (mostly ..)&men ... LTA-A (larger testicles&arse-ago ).

 

Tanggu District ( Chinese: 塘沽 pinyin "Tánggū Qū" ) was a district in the Tianjin municipality, now part of the Binhai New Area. It is on the Hai River where it enters the Bohai Sea, and is a port for Tianjin . It is about 48km (30 miles) upriver.

 

Unfortunately, I can't recall listing of many boathouses in the area ...

 

On unrelated sub ... :

 

In Friday Night Drama, US Attorney Geoffrey Berman Refuses To 'Step Down' After Barr Asks For Resignation

Elected officials in US keep refusing to vacate the offices ... 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stiggs:

Lol you can't fire me if I refuse to leave...

 

US and A, they do things different there 

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icnif77:

Trump-a would never do that ... 

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icnif77:

I remember the flick 'Spy Game', 2001, when Muir refuses to leave the office and retire ...

 

It's pretty good flick with Redford and Pitt ... going on in China partially.

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Are you a homeless ESL teacher whose 60 day extension on your tourist visa ran out? Or have a fetish for public bathing facilities? Not judging dude, just asking?

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