Jinjiang Magnotel By MetroPolo Shanghai (Tongji University)

No.1251 Siping Road,Yangpu District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200092, China | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Dabaishu area of Shanghai, is near Nanjing Lu (Nanjing Road), Jin Mao Tower, Shanghai Silk Museum, and Yangpu Bridge.
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Travel Blogs from Shanghai

Shanghai t

A travel blog entry by kathrynelliott on Apr 27, 2014

... was that beside the toilet (and this has been in every room we have had), there was a telephone. But this one also had a sign for "Visitor Calling" which we had no idea what to do with. Did this mean that some one was waiting to use the loo? Or did it mean that it would alert you that someone was at your door ? And if you pushed it, would it alert the person at the door to wait a minute, or did it unlock your room door? Very curious - never did solve this one.

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Shanghai- city of greatness

A travel blog entry by aeysha.wing on Aug 01, 2013

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... storm was amazing scenery! Shopping here was fantastic! Sooo many good fakes. You get stopped constantly by men "watches, bags, uggs" so we decided to say yes to one. He took us off the main street down the back alleys, and us on a tour of 10 different hidden shops/ homes selling knock- offs. An experience! Food again was extraordinary. Some fantastic dishes. It never ceases to amaze me how different the cuisine is in each city. We ...

Shanghai

A travel blog entry by larrybierce on Feb 17, 2013

1 comment, 8 photos

... many shops with good souvenirs to bring home. The best part about the day trip was taking a ride on the boat which brings you through the canals of the village, while the man rowing the boat sang songs in Chinese. I took too many pictures of the village to upload now, but I will upload them later to Flickr or something.

I have the rest of the day off and I know I am forgetting a lot of details about this week, but I will come back to it later. ...

Survival of the First Week

A travel blog entry by sirscottric on Sep 02, 2012

1 comment

... mini bowls of ice cream (about the size of a quarter). They had a few small cookies in them with chocolate and vanilla frosting. The kids seemed to enjoy them and I enjoyed them quite a bit myself (of course I had to taste test them). On my walk home from work, I finally became brave enough to try my first street vendor food. I've seen them selling it on my walk home everyday and I've seen quite a few people eating it, so I figured it's got to be safe enough. ...

Century Park

A travel blog entry by shelaughs on Jul 04, 2012

3 comments, 9 photos

Whew. Century Park. Say that out loud a time or two. Marvel in how easily it rolls off the tongue. Century Park. Century Park. You can only imagine my relief at being assigned to the Disney English center called Century Park. While everyone else in my training group struggled to pronounce the center where they would be spending the next year of their lives (Lujiazia, Caoboa, Wujiaochang), I confidently announced that I was going to Century Park.

Century Park ...