Baolong Jinfumen Hotel

Address: No.1285 Mudanjiang Road, Baoshan District , Shanghai, Shanghai, 201900, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the 宝山 area of Shanghai, is near Xingwang International Dress And Finery Market.
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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

      ... of the financial district, Pudong, on the other side of the river, followed by a visit to a market area, then a trip by metro to the French Concession area for guess what, free time to have a drink. The group quickly took over a table in one of the many bars and having discovered that many of the group were also keen bubbles drinkers, a bottle of fizz was hastily ordered. Soon after that it was our final group dinner, at another local backstreet restaurant, but ...

      A Troubled Day

      A travel blog entry by themains on May 13, 2014

      2 photos

      ... to go down hill. I couldn't find my credit cards. I tipped out all my hand luggage, three times and nothing. When I travel I Use my back pack for the flights and put my handbag into my check in bag. I had tipped out all the handbag stuff onto the bed to transfer it to my back pack. I decided that an expensive phone call from my cell phone to the hotel was in order to see if I had dropped them onto the floor. Nothing. In the meantime our ...

      Shanghai--On Our Own Today

      A travel blog entry by rozbp on Nov 29, 2013

      50 photos

      ... just about everything else you can imagine. Part of the street is open to traffic, but the majority of the street is a pedestrian walk area only. The street stretches from the BUND to the Peoples Square, a length of almost one mile. As we walked along the street, we were bombarded by shop and store owners trying to get you into their properties. It was a constant tugging at you, shoving merchandise in your face, and in ...

      Monsoon Season

      A travel blog entry by ssodhi on Jun 07, 2013

      2 photos

      ... my manager am the only English speaker. The only lunch options are a cluster of Chinese restaurants across the street that dish up plates of dumplings, bowls of noodles and fried rice, and every meat imaginable (and unimaginable). (Lunch is only $1.40 so I shouldn't be complaining) During the day, I often sit quietly because everyone speaks Chinese around me and that gets me thinking quite a bit. Recent thoughts about China: What's that smell? McDonalds delivers? Who ...

      Shanghai Nights

      A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Nov 01, 2012

      216 photos

      ... are at a temple or a toilet; everyone is shouting and making a scene. Shhhhh, some of us are on holiday trying to relax.

      So anyway, rant over, back to the blog. Our arrival in Shanghai was pretty normal and before we know it we are in a taxi headed to our hotel. We quickly learnt to have a copy of the address written in Chinese ready to hand over, even armed with this the taxi driver would look at us bemused and would point at the only thing written in Chinese ...