Shanghai Gubei Garden

Address: No.1446 Hongqiao Road, Changning, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200336, China | Hotel
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      Sick in a sink in Shanghai #bingebritain

      A travel blog entry by sarahtallulah on Oct 06, 2014

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      Shanghai ...  1. This city is soooooo much cleaner and more of a vibe than Beijing and I would have not have known that it was the most populated city.  2. It was like Canary Wharf but bigger.  3. The river was great.  Now if your in Shanghai I would suggest that unlike my self you maybe if you go to a all you can drink bar, try not to take 7 attempts to decide what mixer you want with the vodka, remember that the vodka is probally not going ...

      Gayle Shows Us Around #1

      A travel blog entry by halliday on Sep 30, 2013

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      Gayle was in charge of the itinery today and what a great job she did. Started off with a coffee and a croissant and then it was off on foot to the Shanghai Museum. This was a modern multi storeyed building (4 levels) and we had to queue for about 15 minutes. Security was pretty tight (as it is in most places) and there were a number of police holding some pretty serious weaponry watching the crowds.I took in two bottles of water and I was told ...

      Day Fifteen

      A travel blog entry by hawkness on Jun 29, 2013

      ... unprepared when others do not. It is rather annoying though when someone just walks or pulls out in front of you without even looking. The other cool thing about this trip was that it was in the original central city slaughter house (Slaughter House One you might say). Since then the place has become like a higher ...

      Day Twenty-Six

      A travel blog entry by delia.brimmer on Feb 04, 2013

      ... help from all of my friends to finish it up! There was so much yelling and excitement from everyone there. I got to watch the 2013 super bowl in Shanghai, China at ten in the morning at an Irish Pub, how many people get to say that ****?!

      Afterwards, Christine and I went back to the ship to pack up what we needed for the week. I returned to the ship to learn that my professor's husband had passed away. His name was Wade Lancaster and he was also ...

      School, work and lots of sleep

      A travel blog entry by lzarras on Oct 28, 2012

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      ... speaking to other children in English now and she's doing a lot better." AAHHHHHH! I was so happy! Mostly because this meant I wouldn't have to stay for 90 minutes, and also that I'm actually helping this little girl, at least a little. I also got my bi-weekly pay, which is always nice. When I got home, Scott and I went to Carrefour to go shopping. We first stopped at Papa John's so we wouldn't have to cook when we got home. We got cheese sticks again (but ordered 2 garlic ...