Parkview Hotel

No.555 Dingxiang Road, Pudong New Area, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200135, China | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Dongfang Road area of Shanghai, is near Shanghai Museum (Shanghai Bowuguan), Mount Kailash, Banyan Tree Spa, and Shanghai Centre Village.
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    Travel Blogs from Shanghai

    Shanghai: Round Two

    A travel blog entry by the_stamms on Jul 31, 2014

    110 photos

    ... skin and remaining innards in black vinegar. Even without trying the duck in Beijing, at this point I’m quite certain this will go down as my favorite restaurant during our trip to China. Din Tai Fung is absolutely incredible…

    Other Observations - Access to certain websites like Google and Facebook are hit or miss in Shanghai. If you're holding a child, people will tap you on the shoulder on the Metro and offer up their seats. Restaurants have ...

    Last Day in China

    A travel blog entry by glennieboy8120 on Sep 11, 2013

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    ... Tiananmen Square. We did see it on the Yangzte River - in fact as we sat on our balcony we would see paper and debris thrown into the water from upper decks - couldn't understand it especially since it would be just as easy to place the debris in the Trash container in the room.
    There were many more things we observed but these three kinda stuck out. All in all it was a ...

    Tourism day in Shanghai

    A travel blog entry by tricianorris97 on Apr 14, 2013

    3 comments

    ... incense is burned prior to entering the temple as the building is made of word and incense must be burned outside to prevent possible fire. I wasn't able to load this YouTube video, possibly from being blocked, but is about the temple. ( http://search.yahoo.com/r/_ylt=A0oGdXGT cmtRxToA_ijBGOd_;_ylu=X3oDMTE1anYwNTlpB HNlYwNzcgRwb3MDOARjb2xvA3NrMQR2dGlkA1RB VVMwMDJfNzI-/SIG=120458mtd/EXP=13660249 79/**http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RjJ ...

    Peasant bag style through the richest city

    A travel blog entry by ek1232 on Mar 31, 2013

    75 photos

    ... This was the subway system in Shanghai, which meant that it was crowded and there were much more stairs than escalators. 2. I bought a bunch of souvenirs in Beijing and Xi’an, so I had much more weight to carry than before the trek. 3. I decided to buy a “peasant bag” to store some of my extra stuff…although a peasant bag is cheap (only $1.50), it’s a glorified tarp so there are wheels, the straps are a pain to grip and since I decided to ...

    The Park in Xintiandi

    A travel blog entry by sirscottric on Oct 07, 2012

    12 photos

    ... pork chops that her mother made for us to try. She brought some worcestershire sauce with her which made the pork chops taste even better. Interesting fact: Luis says the literal translation of worcestershire sauce in Chinese is along the lines of "spicy soy sauce". Everyone agreed, the pork chops were more delicious than either fried rice. Al and I were the two competing chefs while Lindsey, Heather, Ashley, and Luis were the judges. They watched us cook, provided plenty of ...