JIA Shanghai Hotel

No.931 Nanjing West Road, Jing'an District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200041, China | 4 star hotel
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Shanghai Countdown

A travel blog entry by kuhnglobaleyes



You wanted to see the Toilets!

A travel blog entry by kyelito


... street performers.

LiJun took us to her favorite Dumpling place. I think for the rest of my life when I eat dumplings I will say "Well, when I was in Shanghai, I had the most amazing dumplings" They were a dollar. For four. The dollar menu in China is way better than at McDonalds. (This may be like how one my friends speaks about Pizza! :P)

LiJun then took us a pearl outlet. She is friends with the ...

Christmases 1 & 2

A travel blog entry by meanderingmand


... set of mikaido.

All in all the party was a great success! Around midnight most of us headed out to a small bar nearby called Cee's, and from there, some of us got taxis and went to Zapatas; a bar/club in the Former French Concession area which is known for being a bit seedy (the bar not the area). But, as I guess so many people have gone home to their various countries for Christmas, and as the weather is so cold nobody wants to venture ...

City in the sky

A travel blog entry by sachago


... with their Iphones, Levis jeans and rocknroll attitude, may have embraced western habits. Still they are proud to be Chinese. Amid the fervour for the Olympic games, the Chinese eruptive patriotism cannot be missed! So far, I can only say that the faces I have seen around me were happy and friendly ones. Shanghai is showing off and it works pretty well! It is obviously a bubble within China. I do not doubt it. I will soon enough be in a position to compare it to the rest of the ...

Ni Hao, Shanghai!

A travel blog entry by alyssamiller

... herbal tea mixtures blended by that particular tea house. It was a beautiful ceremony to watch, and the tea was fabulous, although we found ourselves visiting the bathroom frequently for the rest of the day.

Before lunch, we stopped into a silk shop, and learned about how silk is made from the cocoons of silk worms. We saw a silk comforter being stretched, and also browsed hundreds of products made from pure silk. It was very interesting to learn about ...

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