Renaissance Shanghai Yangtze Hotel
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We are down to one day and a wake-up. Understandably, Brennan was talking about home, but we were talking about wanting a few more days. Most of our group (the ones who came from Houston) got an extra day in Shanghai because their flight was cancelled. What a bonus!Following breakfast, we headed out into a light rain with our first stop at the Jade …
It may seem impossible, but the breakfasts seem to be getting bigger! Dave had reached overload and just had a bowl of cereal. The one constant, good coffee.
After breakfast, we went through the tunnel to the east side for a tour of Shanghai's 3rd tallest building, the Jinmao Tower. We shot right up the elevator to the 88th floor in …
... bonanza. At one point we were “fell upon” in a good way, by several teenagers out enjoying the day, wanting to take our picture, with them. What a delight they were. (See picture) Later in our stroll we were chatted up by two different young couples on the pretext of getting us to “attend a traditional Tea Ceremony”. Two very sweet, articulate well-spoken folks “on holiday”. IT was the scam we had been ...
... more people about. It was worth the effort as the lights are stunning. Even with the big crowds it is very safe, The only aspect to be wary of is the pickpocket business and the vendor who may try to short change you, by giving 50 cent notes instead of $5.00. The advice we are given is get to know the currency and don't talk to strangers.
Tomorrow we will visit the Bund and explore ...
... br> of incense but I'm terrible at Chinese so I accidentally bought an
entire box -but they cost like 1 USD so it's ok). It was really neat.
Totally worth going. Might even go back one last time before I return
to the states. Chinese lesson of the day: you never really appreciate
how fluent you are at your natural language until you live in a place
where people cannot speak / understand your natural language.