Xinfazhan Guhua Garden Hotel

Address: No.276 Jiefang Middle Road, Nanqiao Town, Fengxian District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 201400, China | 5 star hotel
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Shanghai

From Chinos to Francos

A travel blog entry by eddyakko on Jul 09, 2015

4 comments, 9 photos

... you a taste of the next internet sensations in action.

Yesterday we took a one hour trip to Zhou a satellite town (small – abt 6 million people) of
Shanghai where Pingping is relocating his warehouse. Ate some noodles at famous restaurant – so busy slurping I forgot to take a pic - so you'll have to settle for the ...

Last day in China

A travel blog entry by humberwright on Oct 13, 2014

15 photos

... China has been the most amazing experience. It's so interesting to experience the different culture and the differences between the four places. The wall for both of us has been the best thing but we have also really enjoyed Shanghai. The place is changing so rapidly and people and the culture is changing. Some may say that is a bad thing but I really liked the buzz. We are now having a beer in our room, reading about Vietnam and packing. See you in Vietnam ...

Shanghai t

A travel blog entry by kathrynelliott on Apr 27, 2014

... true. But some of the new buildings are architecturally quite interesting- the TV tower is known at the Pearl tower because it has several spherical shapes. There is one building that is trying to be a complete city, integrating work place, condos, shops (spread over it many floors), garden areas, day cares - all in one building. And a tall building known as the bottle opener as it has a square opening of several stories near the top of its some ...


A travel blog entry by ssodhi on Jul 26, 2013

... li>

  • Responsibility: be
    accountable for myself in all aspects of life including family,
    friends, and my career; a responsibility belongs to us because we are
    strong enough to bare it
  • Fairness: be objective with judgement and make judgements infrequently
  • Caring: care for others; provide assistance when appropriate; love deeply and unconditionally
  • Citizenship: practice
    the rights I am afforded with pride and diligence; ...

  • Chinese Toilet Training!

    A travel blog entry by meanderingmand on Sep 09, 2012

    4 photos

    ... big opening at the ****** so when they’re toddling around you can pretty much see their whole bum; so that they don’t have to take down their bottoms or anything. The Chinese word for them is ‘kaidangku’, meaning open ****** trousers.

    One of the differences in schools with home that bothers me a lot - when the children laugh in a mocking way at another child because they've done something wrong or said something silly, ...