Ganghong Hotel

No.501 Wuning Road, Hongyun Executive Tower, Putuo District , Shanghai, Shanghai, 200063, China | Hotel
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Day 4 - Shanghai

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013


... and an otherworldly flair. The inside is similarly imposing, if more conventional. Under a swooping roof, the structure enfolds world class venue for sporting events, concerts, festivals or any other large-scale events that require seating for up to 18,000. The proper name for this striking apparition depends on exactly where we are on the calendar. If it’s January of 2011, then the structure has just been rechristened the Mercedes-Benz Arena, becoming the ...

The Dillards have landed!

A travel blog entry by dillardstravels


... Did you know it still exists? In order to have more than one child you must pay the government 2-3 years annual income or else your child cannot be registered and go to school and be treated like a typical citizen. Did you know there is a 37% unemployment rate for college graduates in Shanghai? Did you know an apt in downtown Shanghai costs about $7000 US for 1 square meter of property? Crazy right?! Did you know that there are 25 million people in the city ...

You probably don't want to read this!

A travel blog entry by meanderingmand


... greeting, my first lesson wasn't until 10.15 so as soon as I could get to the office I just slept with my head on my desk until then. At lunch I just drank the watery soup and ate some cooked celery, then napped a bit more before my afternoon classes.

Now, Peet has some Colombian friends staying over at the moment, they arrived on Thursday, and we had planned to go out to a Xinjianese restaurant on Friday evening. Xinjiang province is so far ...

Day 6 part 1

A travel blog entry by go2china


... horrid demise.. Cooked in boiling water in case you are interested. They start off with being fed special leaves, spin a cocoon with a single thread about 3600 feet long, then it's spun onto hand made silk quilts. The whole process is fascinating and one can easily see why the silk trade was so important in the history and growth of China. The final stop was the Bund, 52 blocks of famous architectural building styles. By now ...

And over a month later...

A travel blog entry by jamiewyn


... It feels good to want to travel and actually be doing it. I mean, yes, I have visited much of America and parts of Europe and Canada-- but CHINA?? No, I never thought I would be in China, much less living here for twelve months. The same goes for Jamie. It's a crazy thing to think about life before this experience, and it will be pretty surreal once we are home. Surreal in a real way. If that makes sense. It probably doesn't.

Anyway, after that, we took a detour on the way ...


This hotel, located in the Caoyang area of Shanghai, is near Oriental Pearl Tower (Dongfang Mingzhu), Jade Buddha Temple, Peace Hotel (Heping Fandian), and m97 Gallery.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent