Mingde Grand Hotel Shanghai
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At the Silk Museum we saw the process of getting silk thread from silkworms. This factory specialises in making silk duvets plus a range of covers and bed linen. There was a shop attached that sold many silk items. Luckily Steve left his credit card in the safe at the hotel.
From here we went to the Shanghai Museum and being Sunday there …
South China Sea Pearl Museum was a must place to visit before leaving Guilin. We drove from Yangzhou to Guilin about 90 minutes on freeway passing through the farming area. South China Sea Pearls come mainly from Sanya in the Hainan Province and Hepu County in Guangxi Autonomous Region, in the unpolluted South China Sea, which is particularly …
... trees. Flowering shrubs. And - the buildings were designed to be artistic. They have curves and rounded tops and they are pleasing to the eye! There are colors for the domes and different shades of gray for the buildings. Really a pleasing city to visit!
We had a bit of a delay when we landed as Dirk's suitcase was not among our row of blue tagged bags. Who knows where it ended up - maybe in Japan . . We had ...
... words suddenly disappeared meaning I had to re-write them. I therefore had to stay in and catch up with my blogs as I was so far behind and Rach and Lei went out to visit the French areas of Shanghai. We gathered our things in the morning ready to catch our flight to Tokyo, but we were cutting it so fine that we had to pay for the meglev back to the airport at a large cost. Another close shave. That's a wrap on China. Now it's time for ...
... pretty good. Debating whether to drag along the large zoom lens.
I have an early morning photo from our hotel room, foggy, hazy what ever???? Note the shanty town that exists in the fore ground which is just behind hotel row. The city is systematically expropriating these properties in large blocks of land and building new apt. Note apartments all around these homes.
As we left the hotel in the morning there were ...