July Plaza International Hotel

Address: No.58 Qing'an Road, Qingpu District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 201700, China | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located in the 青浦 area of Shanghai.
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TripAdvisor Reviews July Plaza International Hotel Shanghai

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Shanghai

First stop over

A travel blog entry by wonderfullylost on Jul 24, 2014

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Hello guys :)
After going through the wrong security check we finally made it up in the air ;)
The 10 hour flight was great we had our own screen in front of us with sooooo many movies to watch (my record of I think it was 5 movies on a flight wasn't nearly touched) on this flight I watched 2 1/2 movies (if you ask yourself why 1/2 it's because they played a Tai Chi Video which really everyone had to watch -torture! )

The Slow boat to China sadly comes to an End

A travel blog entry by ontoor on Apr 10, 2013

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... people that is farmers who come to the city for work to assist the farm, sitting on the road way with hammers and chisels removing bits of concrete for the resealing to begin!!!! This process goes 24 Hrs per day. No wonder these people want to work when they come to Oz
At this rate China will outstrip the rest of the world over the next decade or so.
We arrived in Chongqing around midday and were met by our guide who dropped us of to our hotel. ...

Pushing our way from Guilin to Shanghai

A travel blog entry by josephandjoel on Oct 05, 2012

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... local alcoholic delicacies. First cab of the rank was Cassia Blossom wine. It was probably the sweetest wine I’ve ever tasted but overall not terrible. Next was the snake wine. This tastes like really, really cheap mentholated spirits with a funky aftertaste. I’d like to point out, however, I have never actually drank metho. For extra effect, it is served from a bottle that has a dead snake jammed in there. We politely declined when the lady tried ...

My morning commute...

A travel blog entry by shelaughs on Oct 04, 2012

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... the address for me in English and Mogsy and I proceeded to hunt it down. After a 30 minute trek and two metro line changes, we wound up on the smelliest street in China. I belief this to be indisputable as it must have been the "fresh meat" section of town because everywhere you looked there were fish, eels, chickens, pigeons, and a million other animals lining the street. For a small fee, they would chop the head off the animal and hand ...

Chinese characters and iPhones

A travel blog entry by jkovacs on Mar 29, 2012

1 comment, 3 photos

... have a completely different meaning based upon the tone of the characters.

2. The Chinese symbols themselves have no phonetic association. (For example, in English, if we see the letter "M" we know the sound. However, in China each stroke can be sounded in a variety of ways.) As you learn the language, you must memorize the symbol, the sound, and the meaning of each one. There's no "sounding out the word."

See the photo attached. Here is ...