Yanyangtian Hotel

Address: No.1431-21 Yanan West Road, Changning District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200050, China | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Shanghai

Return to Shanghai, end of tour and downtime

A travel blog entry by wombles5050 on Nov 06, 2014

3 comments, 22 photos

... in 2006 purely to watch tennis, (hard to believe I know!) with maybe a little sight-seeing in between, and it was pretty cool then. Now, though still like every Chinese city there's a load of building work going on, they have developed parts of the Pudong area to stunning effect.

Luckily for some of us we had a few extra days to enjoy the city after the end of the tour but in true tour fashion we were rushed from sight to sight as soon as we arrived. ...

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A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013 on Nov 21, 2013

... which is immediately to the south. Despite all the businesses selling trendy foreign goods, the area does not have the look of having been overly beautified - electricity cables are still strung overhead, and air conditioning units are obvious on the outside of the buildings. The district is distinctly different from Xintiandi, another Shikumen redevelopment in the vicinity to the north, in that it has managed to preserve its residential feel, adding to its ...

Green Tea cure-all

A travel blog entry by julie.tennett on Sep 15, 2013

... was a vegetable or a shellfish. They were being washed in a huge trough and packaged in netting bags. We learned later that they were Chinese water chestnuts and our guide, Alex, bought a bag and shared them around the bus. We could recognise the family resemblance to the tinned water chestnuts we get in the Asian isle of our supermarkets. Few could resist the chance for a coffee. The hot coffee bore little resemblance to the drink we know and love, and cost ...

Shanghai ....ni hao from China

A travel blog entry by whereisjohn on Apr 15, 2013

1 comment, 14 photos

... We had to ask strangers on the street or in stores for directions or help to answer questions posed in the scavenges. We just got in from the long day. We walked a lot and I have a blister already! We completed over 20 of the possible 42 scavenges. Bill says the goal is not to complete all scavenges and it probably can't be done nor would it be much fun to try.

Some scavenges included finding parks and ask questions about their origin, what certain ...

Shanghai

A travel blog entry by sarbi108 on Nov 06, 2012

1 comment, 39 photos

... from about 120RBM to 30RMB which is about $6 NZ. You'll see in the photos what we found and by the time it got dark, on our way back to the tube station, we found the people on their streets outside their houses cooking and selling fresh food. I haven't taken photos of all the food as some of it was still alive, and not a pleasant sight, but you'll see the pics of seafood, which was alive and amazing. Say no more. Now we feel like we have seen the real shanghai...... Friday Raining ...