Airlines Travel Hotel Shanghai Pudong Airport Branch
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAirlines Travel Hotel Shanghai Pudong Airport Branch
A very convenient, comfortable and reasonably priced hotel located very close to the Shanghai Pudong International Airport. We booked a Deluxe King Room which was very pleasant. We were very pleased with the accommodation and the friendly staff service, and the airport shuttle bus worked well. We would highly recommend this hotel to people wanting convenient and reasonably priced overnight accommodation close to the Pudong International Airport.
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Nola and Sandy were running late. Sandy's mum Norma had left her passport back in the hotel. "Take ya time mum!" yelled a breathless and grossly over weight Sandy as she heaved herself onto our Sydney International Airport shuttle bus. "....Plenty of time before our flight leaves".
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... buildings along the water front which look over at the new financial district and the huge sky scrapers that make up the Shanghai skyline including the Shanghai tower which is still being built and is the second tallest building in the world! It is scarily tall! Desperate for some good Chinese food we followed a recommendation in a book to a local food street to sample some decent street food. Unfortunately when we got there it was no longer there, the book was only ...
... which is known as an oriental Venice, with many waterways & had a cruise on the grand canal! Was nice to see but would have preferred another day to just explore Shanghai.. When we returned to Shanghai a few of us ventured to a local restaurant for our final meal in China - no one spoke English, they all stared at us for coming in & we had to point at random things to order them. Who knows what it ...
... at the outskirts it took over 2 hours to cross this massive city, nothing else like it in the world. I grew to love the coastal plains of the Shanghai area during my many bike-rides down the Qaintang river and always remembered the taste of the air. Shanghai is so big that it IS it's own province/state, kinda like Washington D.C. but without the "Federal District" thing. This gargantuan mass of Shanghai and it's ...
... up on going for a ride on the Maglev, and headed for the waterfront at the Bund to jostle with the crowds and look at all the neon lit buildings.
Next morning it was all about getting to the airport. Once our driver appeared, but not untill we saw the whites of her eyes, we gave our China cell phone and undepleted subway cards to a pair of arriving Peruvians and jumped in the car. At the airport, ...