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 …
... wear heavy boots, safety glasses and overalls before stepping into the premises. Giant steel mixers, weighing machines and industrial sized equipments dominated the floor. We were explained the process of developing flavors by the scientist. The accuracy of the quantity of chemicals which go into producing the flavors is of utmost importance. With military precision the assembly line of events are followed and the quality control checks ...
... warning. But why? Because Shanghai is normally a quiet backwater of about 24 million people, but you don't want to be there when half a billion of their friends arrive for the weekend, ready to party. It sounded daunting, but then we thought about it and decided to look at this situation slightly differently. What a chance to see an amazing city and at the same time see half the population of an extraordinary country, cheek to cheek! And so it is proving. ...
Well, I like to move on a whim. When I realized I had the opportunity to study my freshman year abroad in college, I went for it. No, not to Paris, Rome, Madrid. NOPE. I went to Shanghai, China. All the Mandarin I had under my belt was "Ni hao" and I proudly flew 17 hours to bring it to the streets.
I attend NYU university and the host university in China is East China ...