Piao Ying Hotel

No.71 Zhapu Road, Hongkou District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200085, China | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the 1 area of Shanghai, is near Zhonggong Yidahuizhi, Shanghai Silk Museum, Eric Moller's House, and Sun Yatsen Residence.
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    Travel Blogs from Shanghai

    Late Nights and Great Sights

    A travel blog entry by dccshamrock09 on Jun 09, 2011

    14 photos

    ... and appeared to have been unopened for some time. Nevertheless, my time was running short, so I quickly hoped it and continued my stroll. I returned just as the group was ready to leave, and, to my utter astonishment, we left no more than 10 minutes after our proposed time. Having been the only one familiar with it, Becca led us about the French Concession. It was quite remarkable as the entire street was shadowed in large trees that clearly boasted ...

    11.08pm - The Exposition Fairy

    A travel blog entry by suzloua on Oct 21, 2010

    4 comments, 11 photos

    ... it, but apparently it’s the same for all the pavilions (with the exception of China, I’d imagine). Cursing myself for not shanghaiing (tee) a bunch of foreigners to bring with me, so we could all use each other’s passports, I went round to the exit and was ushered inside with a smile. Five minutes, no messing. Yay!

    I’m not quite sure what the rationale was for the guy who designed our pavilion, because it’s pretty ...

    Trying to throw your arms around the World

    A travel blog entry by delsar on May 09, 2010

    21 photos

    ... far side of the city for the Expo (a.k.a. World Fair). Expo is a collection of international pavilions, generally funded by each country highlighting the relationships that nation has with the host nation….an opportunity for visitors to travel around the world in a single day! It was a relief to discover that there were no lines either to buy tickets or to actually get in, and shortly after arriving at the site we were inside and wondering which way to turn? ...


    A travel blog entry by hiwhthi on Feb 14, 2009

    1 photo

    ... they won't try to help you. Later when I told Andy, an American who's lived in China for two years, he said I could have used the word "jia" which means add into, or "huo" which means together with. I suppose the real confusion was that they didn't know what flavor of coffee I wanted and if I had thought of the word "shui bien" doesn't matter, they still wouldn't have gotten ...