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 …
... Grand Theatre. Haven of peace found in this city of 24.15 million people, at Renmin Square gardens opposite our hotel. Can't think why but it was quite busy with visitors and residents enjoying a few quiet minutes away from the heat and hubbub of Shanghai. Evening walk by the river. So many buildings lit up with very colourful ...
... too bad. 2 beers and 2 gin and tonics for $25. From here we go back to freshen up before dinner which again is a banquet style meal. After dinner we are doing the cruise along the Huong Po River . It's still raining but we are prepared with jackets and brollies. It's not at all cold though. The lights along the river bank on the buildings us quite a show. If it wasn't for the rain it would have been spectacular. Back to the hotel to pack and prepare for our flight to Guilin ...
... paintings are displayed in long glass cases. Each painting has a motion detector over it so when we walk up to the painting, a soft delicate light over the painting turns on. The light turns off when it doesn’t detect anyone standing in front of the painting. In the ceramics area we see hand painted vases and platters from Chinese dynasties of old. The sculpture room is an amazing collection of works with the oldest from 25 A.D. One piece ...