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 Shanghai Library (Shanghai Tushuguan).
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      Canals, Silk, and Night Lights

      A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Oct 16, 2014

      1 comment, 33 photos

      ... 5th century and links Beijing with the East China Sea at Hangzhou. It is the oldest and longest canal in the world.

      The construction of the Grand Canal created a means for goods from this region to be transported to the Northern capital, Beijing, a distance of over 600 miles. With prosperity came prestige as merchants and artisans piled their trade. Elaborate gardens were built. We visited the Garden of the Master of Fishing Nets which ...

      Day 3

      A travel blog entry by jennywren52 on Feb 18, 2014

      20 photos

      Had a little sleep in this morning, very tired after the flight. Peter was up early as usual. Had a lovely breakfast in the club lounge, cereal, fruit, bacon & eggs, French toast and Danish pastries to name just a few. It was 5 c and raining so we ventured out to the market opposite our hotel. It has 4 floors full of all sorts ...

      Ever heard term the "Shanghai'ed... ?"

      A travel blog entry by krisblouch on Feb 16, 2011

      2 comments, 31 photos

      ... from good materials.

      Bardo told me an interesting story as we were walking around. He was approached by two Chinese men when he was looking at the skyline, and they invited him to come with them for some tea. He went, as they were nice, and after three rounds of tea he finally left. After the 2nd round he had said, "no more fella's, I don't even like tea that much." But they insisted on another round as "it's bad luck to drink just ...

      "Stop parking"

      A travel blog entry by thesunroseclear on Oct 18, 2010

      ... back along Nanjing Road through People's Square and People's park, where we observed the large gathering of parents advertizing for wives for their sons (reflecting, one supposes, the surplus of males in contemporary China). In the evening we went back to the Bund, still packed with people. For many blocks along Nanjing Road you can hardly move for the crowds. Most of the tourists in China are domestic, of course, but most of these people cannot ...

      Hello China!

      A travel blog entry by leannemarie on Jul 17, 2010

      2 comments, 15 photos

      ... noodles!
      Talking of food again...we also stumbled across lots of street stalls selling lots of different scewer meat kebabs, oh and baby octopus on a scewer too if you wanted!

      Lots of wandering towards the Bund where all the beautiful architecture on the old buildings could be taken in and across from the Bund over the river was a similar scene to Hong Kong's harbour (lots of tall buildings with crazy lights in ...