Belgravia Serviced Residence

Address: Building C, No.29 Xiangcheng Road, Pudong New District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200122, China | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Dongfang Road area of Shanghai, is near Shanghai Museum (Shanghai Bowuguan), Nanjing Lu (Nanjing Road), Mount Kailash, and Banyan Tree Spa.
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      A travel blog entry by lisa.varos on Jul 12, 2013

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      ... exhibits. (They were tiny compared to the ones at home.) It would be nice for the animals to have a little more room. There is plenty of room to expand them. But they looked healthy and were very active even in the scorching heat. It was 100 degrees F. The pandas were very cute! Kinda hard to remember they aren't cuddly little toys but wild animals....I want to go to Chendu to hold one! Watching the monkeys proved ...

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      ... on Monday so I really wanted to talk to people! Once it was back up on Monday, I found out that there had been an earthquake in another part of China (which I had NO IDEA about). My family was pretty worried and it made me so sad to think they were trying to get a hold of me and they couldn't :(

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