Lansheng Hotel Shanghai

Address: No.1000 Quyang Road, Hongkou District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200437, China | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Dabaishu area of Shanghai, is near Jin Mao Tower, Shanghai Silk Museum, Shanghai Book City, and White Swan Lake Bathhouse.
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      Cuddling Tigers and Running from Lemurs

      A travel blog entry by flyindandelion on Nov 14, 2014

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      ... assumed it was the free little trams we had seen driving people who didn’t rent the bikes around. Then we looked at our maps and noticed we had (still) barely scratched the surface of this reserve. We knew the park was getting close to closing. We found an area where there were a bunch of big busses parked. We saw people rushing to get on one and noticed they were handing the guy on the bus their tickets! That is our free ride! We locked up the bike and sprinted on ...

      Qingming Festival

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      ... was glad to be out enjoying he weather.

      It was time to go, and we started to reel in our kite. On the way down our strings got crossed and cut and our kite flew off. I ran after it as it drifted down to a street or two away from where we were but I rescued it perfectly intact and ready for its next adventure. As we went back to the car, we were accosted by the motorbikes trying to sell us the better, longer lines. Next time ...

      The Land of the Rising Sun (Japan)

      A travel blog entry by usatexan on Oct 04, 2013

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      ... case in each country I have traveled to so far, my impression of the country has greatly changed from what it was before I arrived.

      Just a few weeks ago, I landed, not far from midnight, and immediately felt this was a place unlike any other I have been to.

      The people here are some of the most courteous I have seen anywhere. I was prepared to put up with pushing and shoving in crowded places and people breaking in front of you when standing in ...

      Tootises

      A travel blog entry by stephschlittler on May 27, 2013

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      ... Just then I hear Marlin Yelp! The girl grabbed his right arm and pulled it above his head and manage to dislocate his shoulder. He tried to get off the table without falling off and finally got it back in. He lays back down and next thing I know she is massaging his face. My girl has me bring my leg up like she is going to stretch my piriformis (legs in shape of a 4) and instead of that stretch, I get a finger in my groin and i almost kick her off the table. She laughs ...

      Shanghai Week 12-14: The End is Near

      A travel blog entry by rburrows92 on Nov 12, 2012

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      ... one is the most well-known and most frequently visited of the water towns. Imagine, if you will, a Chinese version of Venice, and you'll get an idea of what Water Town was like. After arriving there, we took a tour of the royal gardens and stood in awe of the wonders that inhabited it. Of note were the hilariously inappropriate signs cautioning us to stay off the water and not pick the vegetables in the garden. Also, I got to feed some very grateful Koi in one of the garden's ...