14.5 hours from Chicago to Shanghai.
The management was kind enough to leave a letter to my wife on my desk
Almost too pretty to use - flowers in the toilet.
A view of Shanghai from my 19th floor room at the Ramada Plaza hotel
The beginning of Rush Hour. Jackie Chan is nowhere in sight...
Shower and bathtub behind the glass enclosure.
My nightlight across the street
Shanghai Ramada Plaza Hotel
Lots of exterior lighting on the Shanghai buildings
Oops... Wrong Jeff. My host ran inside and had the sign corrected.
No flower in this toilet. No seat either. Just a squat and squeeze version.
Finally - I got my Coke Zero fix in Hangzhou.
The start of a drive around West Lake in Hangzhou
Lights across the lake
Hangzhou across the lake
The Sheraton Grand Resort in Hangzhou. Nothing like a bathtub in the middle of the room.
That's the corner of the bed in the lower right. Interesting set-up...
Fast-forward to southern China. I guess I was the Team. The warm Welcome included arriving late to pick me up at the airport.
The youth of China prepare for the Trump presidency.
I'm not sure if I'm entering or leaving Chang An Town. Maybe both.
2008 - Dog meat in the local markets.
2016 - Dog riding in the car.
And that's what we call progress.
It was a very warm welcome - about 80 degrees F and 75% humidity!
Wheat beer and Chinese food. Not a bad way to spend Saturday evening.
Downtown Humen Town during the afternoon rush hour.
Huaxing Temple in Shenzhen