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".
This was the first trip to Europe for a group of four …
... all dressed in identical outfits, from males rolling their t-shirts up to cool down their tummies (not a good look), just let it all soak in...taking people watching to another level. We had a lot of time ear-marked for China (it's a big country) and a rough plan in mind. However, the weather and the potential tourist crowds caused us to revise this a little, going for a mix of city and scenery. We started with a bit of exercise (and the last of ...
... got the hang of it.
Also I think I found my favourite corner of Shanghai. I was walking along this bustling road and
then I saw to my right some Victorian styled lampposts leading onto a cobbled streets it was very strange contrast as I walked past all these new shopping malls and neon.
So I followed these lampposts and found this wonderfully quaint street tucked away in the centre of Shanghai ...
... to be believed..the thick walls block the noises and bustle of the city beyond.. every opening, every doorway , every path has a photo scene awaiting..
Outside it's walls is the hustle and bustle of the Bazaar shopping district..great for souvenirs, shopping for fun, people watching and local restaurants etc.. not a place for the locals but thousands of Chinese tourists make it a must see venue / photo spot also..It ...
... station that featured an underground mall. We were pretty sure tourists didn't venture down there much as a security guard kept throwing us funny looks.
We also explored one of the overpasses. In Shanghai there are many overpasses - some just pedestrian overpasses to allow people to cross over the street to the other side. Vivanne had joked that Shanghai has so many overpasses that if you have an apartment below the sixth floor you say you're living in Shanghai's ...