Shanghai Gubei Garden

Address: No.1446 Hongqiao Road, Changning, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200336, China | Hotel
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      Just My Luck

      A travel blog entry by lil_gem on Jan 03, 2015


      ... to go. When I realized I had to go upstairs to check in to Air China it took me forever to find the elevator. When I got upstairs there were tons and tons of queue and I had no idea where Air China Check in was. I tried to ask anyone to help and they just looked at me and didn’t speak English. Signage wasn’t clear and I felt completely lost but had no choice it was 6:15pm and I need to get on my plane no matter what. I finally found my check-in line and ...

      Goodbye Shanghai

      A travel blog entry by ssmalley on Mar 27, 2014

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      ... the plane" rang out on the PA system. I don't know about you, but I feel really useless in times like these, and found myself wishing I was more like sister so I could help. Whatever it was it was serious enough that we turned around and went back to the gate, and the poor guy and his wife were taken away by some paramedics. I really hope everything turned out ok for them in the end. Once we did eventually take off, the flight was really long. The ...

      How 'the other half' live...

      A travel blog entry by laurenflower19 on Dec 08, 2013

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      ... The man opposite me is sprawled across three seats and the man next to me is taking up the two seats next to me. So here I am sat in my seat... Guess who drew the short straw! Some of the people on this train are some of the poorest in China. The clientele that people here often incorrectly and impolitely refer to as 'peasants'. The majority of the people in my carriage; carriage B are middle aged men. The smell of smoke is overwhelming. Although you ...

      Busy days in Shanghai

      A travel blog entry by esabandal on Jun 01, 2013

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      ... largest carp I'd ever seen swam along the walkways, with turtle friends close behind. After this we walked along the water and saw the famous Bund area of Shanghai with its strikingly European architecture. Equally impressive was the Pudong side across the water with numerous skyscrapers. These were quite impressive at night too! Very hard to believe that the whole area was previously swamplands as recently as ...

      Sorry For the Delay

      A travel blog entry by sirscottric on Nov 20, 2012

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      ... up and the meat and vegetables were being brought out, we went to an area that had a bunch of different seasonings set up buffet style. The Chinese teachers helped me make a few different sauces which I later found out would be used to dip the meat and vegetables in after they had cooked in the flavored water. Once we returned, the waiters brought out plate, after plate, after plate, after plate of different foods. We had chicken, goose, beef, sausage, mushrooms, ...