Hengsheng Peninsula International Hotel
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Beautiful, comfortable and very enjoyable. I recommend it!
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... was wrapped around the building, and we decided we probably couldn't afford to waste time standing in such a long line on our two day trip to Shanghai. We decided to scratch the museum off our list and go on to our next destination.
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