Hanting Express Shanghai Hongqiao Zhongshan West Road

Address: No.750 Zhongshan West Road, Changning District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200051, China | Hotel
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    China and what followed

    A travel blog entry by dorettepaul14 on Sep 14, 2014

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    ... to change our plans. We have realised through travelling that we like routine and certainty - yes that might make us boring but we like it. We are busy booking to get back to Thailand. After making this decision we were both much happier. Why suffer through something you are meant to enjoy when you could be enjoying it instead?

    So we booked our flight out of China and tried to make the most of our time in Shanghai. We visited a market that ...

    Yellow Mountains!

    A travel blog entry by lilycraig on Oct 07, 2013

    333 photos

    ... After about half an hour, i had decided i was going to leave in half an hour. An hour is an acceptable time to stay right? It finally reached my estimated time of departure. The others who planned on leaving with me wanted to get street food, i ended up joining them and not going for home for at least another hour!

    The next day i arose with lots of jobs before we headed to the yellow mountains! It wasn't a very interesting day. Just lots of bartering at the market ...

    Saying Goodbye to China

    A travel blog entry by silencespeaker on Apr 30, 2013

    ... in China didn't have magnets though - apparently it's a western thing. Either way, the Chicago magnet seemed a bit odd to me - a reminder of the biggest hassle of the entire trip. I'm pretty sure I'll avoid the Chicago aiport at all costs in the future.

    We landed in DC at 12:30am on May 1st, picked up our luggage and caught a cab home. The site of my nicely made bed and clean house awaiting us was a pleasant site after 29 hours awake.

    Now back to real life.

    Shanghai Part Deux

    A travel blog entry by vwuertz on Oct 14, 2012

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    ... Over 350,000 tons of steel was used in the construction. As we cross the bridge, David explains the city is divided into east and west. The east side (Pudong), across the Pu river, is considered “new” Shanghai, and the west side (Pupuxi) is considered “old” Shanghai. Over 4 million people moved to the east side, which meant roads, bridges, and tunnels had to be built to accommodate the flow of traffic. Today, 6 bridges and ...

    One month in Shanghai and losing count

    A travel blog entry by mburghouwt on Oct 14, 2012

    1 comment

    ... to calm and distract the child, I gave up. The mother finally came in and put her in the corner to calm down; it still took a while for her to really stop gasping for air in between sobs. So teaching isn’t always fun! My Saturday class with the adult however, was very interesting. I’m sure that I learn at least as much as she does during those two hours. She gives me so many useful tips on things to do in Shanghai and places to go; it’s like having my own ...