Zhongxiang Hotel

Address: No.1558 Zhongxing Road, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200070, China | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Railway Station South Square area of Shanghai, is near Jade Buddha Temple, Longhua Gu Si, Shanghai Silk Museum, and Pudong Development Bank (Fazhan Yinhang).
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    Travel Blogs from Shanghai

    House Husband

    A travel blog entry by 60daysinchina on Oct 15, 2014

    5 comments, 10 photos

    ... at the three products and I noticed that the one I thought was the salt was actually some sort of detergent cake and the one I thought was the detergent was actually the salt. This clarified a lot as someone had left one of the detergent cakes inside the dishwasher. Once I knew where to put that it was obvious where the rinse agent went. All that was left were these mysterious salts. There was nowhere else on the door they could possibly go. The ...

    Return to Shanghai

    A travel blog entry by dlz on Mar 03, 2014

    9 photos

    ... of it or see boiled rice again. Following lunch we went to the silk factory which was very interesting and also very tempting. We restrained ourselves from making too many purchases, however lorn was less enthusiastic and didn't really understand why anyone would want silk bed products and luckily stopped me from purchasing a duvet cover for £250 which I miss read as £25. Next stop was the French Concession an area of ...

    Spring Festival in Shanghai--Year of the Dragon

    A travel blog entry by tara.krenek on Jan 19, 2012

    4 comments, 52 photos

    ... to the train station and then take a train to one stop, get off and then take another train to the airport. It was quite the ordeal. Once we got to the airport, we of course have to carry all of our luggage to the luggage check. You have to realize every step was agony because I brought one huge suitcase that just contained clothes, another medium-sized suitcase with shoes, vitamins, face wash, makeup, and other random items, a duffel bag with ...

    Lao Da!

    A travel blog entry by chelshee on Jun 02, 2011

    ... Opera mask bottle openers, and are pretty darn cute if I do say so! Eventually we found a Dairy Queen, and immediately my mouth began to water at the thought of a Blizzard. I am sad to report, though, that I did not get one, due to the fact that the flavors in China are more along the lines of Green Tea than Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough. Only in China!

    Towards the end of our visit to Cheng Huang Mial, Chen Min spotted ...

    The Suit

    A travel blog entry by sanjon on Nov 08, 2010

    6 photos

    ... followed was one of those particularly Chinese conversations, where no fact is immutable, and the words that are being said to us are clearly not exactly what is being said. We're worried that it's getting late for Perrin, who is not exactly the happiest baby on the block right now, and we're going on a wild goose chase to a place that has already closed, and Yancong is not-quite shouting into the telephone in Mandarin and saying calmly to us "we ...