Jinjiang MetroPolo Hotel Shanghai (Minhang District)
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... out and about because the nice hotels usually have clean bathrooms on the first floor. We ended up stopping at Burger King for dinner then taking the metro back to our hotel.
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... as an undergrad. We also worked together when I did Orientation at Towson. He may be one of the most sarcastic people I have ever met. He has been involved in similar Fulbright trips. He was so helpful in helping to direct us to fill out paperwork at customs.
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