Concord International Hotel & Suites

Address: No.2068 Nanjing West Road, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200040, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Shanghai

Hong Kong (or so we thought!)

A travel blog entry by abeanabroad on Feb 25, 2015

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... 2 hours, not one we were finally landing in Hangzhou. We rushed through the airport and caught the shuttle bus to Hangzhou East train station, unfortunately not the one our train back to Ningbo left from… A few stops on the metro later we finally made it to Yuhang Station, promising ourselves some food once we’d got through security. This turned out to be easier said than done as it transpired that I’d got my passport number wrong on our booking rendering my ticket ...

Friday night Shanghai style!

A travel blog entry by pembrokepandas on Jul 18, 2014


... delighted to finally have some meat to break up her rather herbivorous diet. The newcomers then had to stand up and introduce themselves, and although we were initially a bit embarrassed, we were pumped after seeing quite a lot of first timers! After more singing, more mingling, and more wine, we were treated to some lovely cake and tea and coffee. (No milk though, given there wasn't enough time between meat and diary, hehe). We met some lovely people who recommended us to ...

My Travels So Far...

A travel blog entry by annafletcher on Mar 17, 2014

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... Confused and a bit gutted we left with him, he later explained to us poor, innocent, naive, Yorkshire birds that the men that were coming in were pimps and the girls were their prostitutes and that they were asking strange questions about us. After this frankly enlightening experience we went home to continue drinking and laugh about the night. (We will not be returning to KTV again unfortunately)

So far my lessons have consisted ...

Planning for the Fourth

A travel blog entry by ssodhi on Jul 01, 2013

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... was exiled from cities and forced
into labor camps in the Chinese countryside. It took years for the PRC
to recognize the human value of educated people and reintroduce them
into society.

I'm going to make a quick list of China's history. This is obviously very limited and focuses on modern materials.

  • 1600 B.C. - Shang Dynasty
    • First recorded dynasty
  • 1368 A.D. - Ming ...

Here Comes Santa Claus....

A travel blog entry by lzarras on Dec 22, 2012

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... aboout 20 different ornamets (which came in packs, very haphazardly put into bags) and a string of lights for 150 RMB, or $24 American. While we put it together and decorated, we were skyping with some of my coworkers who live less than a block away. It was pretty silly but very fun. After, we opened the Christmas cards from Scott's family. They were funny, heartfelt, and sweet and we had a great time opening them. Now we have a "Christmas Corner" in our apartment, and it ...