Howard Johnson Business Club Hotel Shanghai

Address: No.118 Shimen First Road, Jing'an District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200041, China | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the W. Nanjing Road area of Shanghai, is near Yuyuan Garden, Wuzhen, Putuoshan, and Shanghai Botanical Garden.
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      Travel Blogs from Shanghai

      Our Last Full Day in China

      A travel blog entry by halliday on Oct 17, 2013

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... Ross and Gayle. We tried ringing Andrew but as I'm using several SIM cards the list of recent calls gets lost every time the phone battery is taken out to change the card. Luckily Andrew rang us and we managed to say our farewells - until next time. While we were waiting for our Kiwi Cobbers Sue went across the road for MORE shopping. While waiting for her I was very quietly approached by no less than 5 people (3 guys and 2 women) offering me a massage by ...

      The wrong hotel

      A travel blog entry by chaletaria on Aug 24, 2011

      4 photos

      ... own area (ostensibly to defeat the rebels) and subsequently to secede from imperial power. When Emperor Ling died 189 the eunuch Jiao Shuo planned to assassinate He Jin (imperial family) and replace crown prince Liu Bian with a younger brother Liu Xie. It did not work and Liu Bian (Emperor Shao) took revenge, inviting Yuan Shao and Dong Zhou to help. Yuan Shao killed the eunuchs but when Dong Zhuo arrived he tried to take control of the ...

      Welcome to Mainland China: Shanghai

      A travel blog entry by dc314 on Mar 18, 2011

      3 comments, 34 photos

      ... track" section of tripadvisor. Here you will find some of the best soup dumplings and bubble tea. Looking around, I probably wouldnt consider this to be "off the beaten track." We had difficulty finding both on the short 2 block street. At the end we went into the mall to find a steamed bun restaurant. Luckily there were soup dumplings. We enjoyed a grand lunch and started to walk out when we found another restaurant (with a line out the ...

      Shanghai noon

      A travel blog entry by cyclinglamb on Nov 22, 2009

      7 comments

      ... br>
      Anyhow, after discovering that we had parted ways, I headed on to get to where I wanted to be. About half way through the afternoon specks of snow started to fall. OK, that's fine, it's just snow. Then the trees started to become covered with sheets of ice. The temperature started to go off the scale downwards, freezing the ice in my water bottles, and the snow intensified. All this was mixed with a howling with, naturally blowing in my face, and all at an annoying ...

      Shanghai and more

      A travel blog entry by greghinch on Mar 25, 2007

      ... to think that a trip back to Shanghai, Hong Kong, and maybe a few other cities in a few years when I'm working and want to do some serious bargain shopping might be in order. That night I met up with Meijin and her boyfriend at a club on the Bund that had a nice view of the city skyline over the river, but was pretty overpriced for my budget on this trip, so I just hung out with them for a while and talked, and then I headed home. They invited me to have ...