Shanghai Gubei Garden

Address: No.1446 Hongqiao Road, Changning, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200336, China | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Shanghai

    Day 39: Shanghai (Train and Reunion!) - Laura

    A travel blog entry by lauraandemily on Sep 24, 2014

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    ... and asleep before the train even left the station! After a quick cat-nap, we spent the next nine hours on the train, writing diaries, reading books and laughing at the incredible snoring of the man behind us. As we sped through the countryside, I was getting more and more alarmed at the temperature which was steadily increasing from a delightfully reasonable 26 to the frankly unacceptable 34 degrees. Hmm. I suspected that the temperatures in Shanghai might be tending towards ...

    A foodies Guide to Shanghai

    A travel blog entry by gregj on Apr 12, 2014

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    ... to find on the menu. It's a place that sometimes is difficult not get 'meated' out, but well worth a warm and tasty meal.

    Welcome to 1885: "Unique Urban Experience". So says the motif in the pavement of a circular oasis off Century Avenue just west of the main financial center. Five buildings in an older style (built 2 years ago) surround a grassed area with wisteria draped pergolas and curved tiled seats. Traffic noise is unheard, cars and trucks can be ...

    It's Karaoke time!

    A travel blog entry by luiseatshanghai on Jul 14, 2013


    Last week we had again a team dinner from work. Our director came over so my colleagues decided that it would be a great opportunity for her to experience a bit of Chinese culture. And as she had never sang Karaoke before this seemed to be the right evening activity.

    I dreaded that the day would come where I would have to sing Karaoke for the first time. But indeed the Karaoke singing is a big part of Chinese culture and that is why I ...

    Oriental Venice

    A travel blog entry by anelliceabroad on Jun 28, 2013

    5 photos

    ... eased us into the new culture and helped us to get used to being away from family. Made a couple new Facebook friends which we'll never forget.

    As for the spring rolls, the quest is not yet complete. We asked for some at the Water Village and they gave us these weird deep fried over-cooked rhubarb spring roll shaped things. I defo asked for vegetable spring rolls. I'm not gonna be happy if I don't find some before we leave ... mean I am not special here?

    A travel blog entry by aprilinchina on Jan 19, 2013

    1 comment, 38 photos

    ... have spoken personally to everyone of them! It was great to hear them speak and remember some of the things I had taught them in class. They are all so cute and funny.I asked one kid in particular "How are you?" and he told me that he was having a bad day because he fell in the toilet (remember there are squat toilets here). We have had many other fun times with the kids too like the annual singing competition where Lexi and I had to stand on stage in ...