Renaissance Shanghai Yangtze Hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... has it that there was only a light couple of showers while we were out. The buildings had some of the tops covered but the guide reckons that the rain made them much more clearer to view. The buildings were so amazing along the river, much more illumination than Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong. The side where the Oriental Pearl TV Tower is called the Pu Dong District, the newest ...
... Halloween has made it to China too. Later in the night one of Renee’s coworkers mentions this to us and informs us the ex-pats are going to get together and dress up. I made it down to the Ole’ and got the cheese as well as a couple of Good Humor sized Hagan Daas cups. I felt like we needed a little ice cream in our day after the cooking debacles.
After that I sat down and edited some pictures, did a bit of writing and nothing ...
... view but as you expect its very quick. Thankfully it was late so there was not a line but based on the railing set up they must get massive crowds. I would not wait hours to go up there.
We really liked Shanghai and hopefully we can return again one day. Tomorrow morning will mostly be spent packing and buying James some more clothes because his bags have not arrived and we fly out to Kunming just after lunch so we doubt they will get here in time.
... show was done simply to try to get the audience to laugh (many attempts unsuccessful) or to be overly ridiculous. For example, at one point in the show there was a woman balancing probably thirty wine glasses on glass trays on her nose. As if this wasn't ridiculous enough, they brought out a clarinet which she played while balancing the glasses. And what did she play? Jingle Bells.
Bad comedy aside, the show ...
... one for me and one for Charles.
My only other plan was to stroll along the Bund, which has quickly become one of my favorite things to do in Shanghai. On my way back to the metro station in Xintaindi though, I stopped at a Japanese clothing store called UniQlo and bought two cardigan sweaters.
I took the metro to the Bund, walked around for a while, then got coffee and a cookie at Gloria Jean. After that, I took a taxi ...