Shanghai Laurel Hotel

Address: No.118 Yunnan South Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200021, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Huaihai Road area of Shanghai, is near Zhonggong Yidahuizhi, Eric Moller's House, Sun Yatsen Residence, and Sun Zhongshan Guju.
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Travel Blogs from Shanghai

Cuddling Tigers and Running from Lemurs

A travel blog entry by flyindandelion on Nov 14, 2014

131 photos

... bus. We managed to catch the final “safari” ride of the day. The bus (like a giant greyhound) took us on a safari like ride to see bears, cheetahs, lions, zebras, camels, wildabeast (sp?), weird anteater things, dear elk, white tigers, and SOOO much more. It was SOO cool. They had so much space and could wander all over the place. They strategically placed the food for the animals close to the road before the safari, so they would come and eat right next to the ...

Qingming Festival

A travel blog entry by jimandbettina on Apr 06, 2014

3 comments, 11 photos

... And next time we will have the longer lines, maybe double or triple lines. Bettina is so competitive.

When we got back to our van it was interesting to see that Tom had taken pictures of us together flying the kite. We are not sure whether he thought it fun, or funny. Maybe we will be the topic of his interesting dinner conversation.

Spring is here... for a very short time... We will tell you about summer in a week or two. ...

The Land of the Rising Sun (Japan)

A travel blog entry by usatexan on Oct 04, 2013

50 photos

... have seen Asians in America that did these things. Like they didn't respect other people's space. But, it was not like that in Japan at all. It was really the opposite. If someone needs to walk in front of you, they will bow slightly and say something. I am sure they are saying "excuse me" or "sorry", or something similar.

The clerks in stores will bow and say something after your purchase while smiling. I did not find this much in the other Asian ...


A travel blog entry by stephschlittler on May 27, 2013

17 photos

... it again...I straighten my leg out and force her off the table...Thanks but no thanks! She starts on my face now and starts playing bongos with my sinuses. I hear marlin laughing and the girls went from a loud chatter to whispers. I look over and the girl is pushing on Marlin's chest and his whole belly is moving and she thinks it is hysterical...apparently he did too because he was laughing. They finished up and we headed out to grab a quick lunch before heading to the ...

Shanghai Week 12-14: The End is Near

A travel blog entry by rburrows92 on Nov 12, 2012

2 comments, 11 photos

... br>
Right after we left the garden, we clambered aboard a gondola and floated down the canal that wound through the middle of the city. China has presented me with some pretty amazing sights, and Water Town has now been added to that list of incredible landscapes. You'll see what I mean when you take a look at the pictures. Anyway, we docked and disembarked at a street near the edge of Water Town and had a chance to explore before we sat down for lunch. Beyond the ...