Zhongxiang Hotel

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 Shanghai Library (Shanghai Tushuguan).
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    Travel Blogs from Shanghai

    The Old and the New of Shanghai!

    A travel blog entry by sallyhensman on Jun 27, 2013

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    ... real leather handbag for $75NZD and two new prescription glasses for $90NZD!! The optometrists here tested my eyes and had my glasses ready in less than an hour! I couldn’t believe it!!

    Well, I am back home to Qingdao tomorrow to commence work on Monday. A little nervous… I am still in holiday mode!! But it has been very interesting seeing the different areas of China – they are all soooo ...

    Honking, farting, burping encouraged

    A travel blog entry by jbingham on Sep 01, 2012

    18 photos

    ... and went to the bathroom, where a symphony of ***** welcomed me to China. I tried to rip one to fit in, but it wasn't good enough. These guys knew what they were doing. At least I can burp like them, though, and really, to all guys out there, China is heaven. Burp and **** as you please. Spit loogies, too. Moms and future moms you can even take your baby to pee and poop in the nearby sidewalk tree. No big deal. Those are the things that greeted me in China..and it was awesome. ...

    Shanghai, industrial - explosion - industrielle

    A travel blog entry by jaearr on Mar 16, 2011

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    ... Capital Beijing with its 22 million population. Given one of the best and easy access to its shores in past history, its growth was inevitable. Following the lecture we attended regarding Shanghai, it sorts of put us on a magic carpet, gliding and slowly undulating over a mosaic of colors and medieval architecture below and then, gradually blending into occidental facades as far as you could see; watching ...

    Yu Yuan (Yu Garden)

    A travel blog entry by stormhaven on Jun 29, 2009

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    ... purchased for $25, but only after much argument and claims that your grandmother is starving to death in a prison and therefore, you couldn't possibly pay more than $2. As the taxi was trying to leave, the woman selling the watch and I were trying to exchange change, the cab driver was yelling, and the people behind us were complaining, but she finally gave me a bunch of bills all wadded up. Fortunately, it was the right amount of ...

    Shanghai to Hangzhou - Eastern Chinese Food

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jul 24, 2007

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    ... lost interest in me and assumed I must just be sitting in the restaurant to enjoy the air conditioning, I finally decided on my personal menu de Degustation:

    Shaoxing Wine (a strong brown fortified wine similar to sherry from the nearby city of Shaoxing)

    Traditional Fried Goose Liver (my first foie gras ever - what's all the fuss about?)

    Deep Fried River Eel With Shrimp (good fish but I've had my fill of the syrupy sauce ...