Gran Melia Shanghai

No.1288 Lujiazui Ring Road, Pudong New District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 201206, China | 5 star hotel
Prices starting from $150.00

Travel Blogs from Shanghai

China, land of beauty and crazy food!

A travel blog entry by emandtim


... We were really in the center of everything, but our hotel room was the smallest one so far, 6 square meters (60 sqft) including bathroom. When Tim was laying in bed his head was touching one wall and his feet the other, but the place was fresh and clean:)
Arriving to Hong Kong made us realize that our backpacks didn't really accommodate weather under 15 degrees (we've had a pretty good last 4 months). The weather was slightly rainy and windy as we, as usual, started to walk ...

Mail from yesterday!

A travel blog entry by jackalopesage

... have not "studied for" (what do you expect? I'm studying every day simply by doing the homework and learning the new vocab.) And then I'm going on a mini trip (I hope) after the test. Just a bit worried because the group leaves at 1:30 but my test has DEFINITELY run past 1 before. Definitely.

I also bought train tickets for going to SuJou ...

What's in my bags?

A travel blog entry by on-phil


... outside but I was happy to use it in the train between Shanghai and Kunming. I finally took it because it has a reduced size and weight and it can be conveniently used. - silk sleeping bag (very thin) - mosquito net: abslolutely a must as I will go to countries where malaria is still present. - medical kit with medication (headache, stomachake, vomitting, antibiotics, mosquito repellent) - emergency medical kit (desinfectant, scissors, bandages) - 6 pairs of socks - 3 ...

Thoughts Of Home

A travel blog entry by nickbeaumont

... pretty fireworks and giving out red envelopes. Its the one time in the year Chinese people can relax, forget about work, go home and enjoy the warmth of being with their loved ones.

And its not just Spring Festival. Dragon Boat Festival, Moon Festival, Tomb Sweeping Week - all of these are opportunities for pilgrimage to the Chinese, times to connect back with their roots. I remember vividly in my adult classes how my students faces lit up as they told me about ...


A travel blog entry by shelaughs


... wreck of my formerly emotionally unstable self.

Fun Facts:

I watched a woman hold her son over a drainage pipe so that he could pee. This was probably easy for him to do since children's pants are ******less.

I have almost used up all my hand sanitizer. The metro requires at least six squirts to make me feel okay and I'm trying to figure out a way to bathe in the stuff.

My allergies have REALLY started acting ...

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This 5 star hotel, located in the Lujiazui area of Shanghai, is near Nanjing Lu (Nanjing Road), Jin Mao Tower, and Teahouse and Zickzack Bridge.
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