Rayfont Celebrity Hotel & Apartment Shanghai
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRayfont Celebrity Hotel & Apartment Shanghai
This was the best hotel during our 10 days stay in China, the rooms & beds are quite comfortable. We were on tower C, room 3004 that faces the back of the complex so the noise from the road was minimal. The hotel is not that close to Pudong or Naijing Road however the metro station is only 5 minutes from the hotel.
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We have booked this part of our travels.The plan:
1) Shanghai for a week in a 1 bedroom apartment
2) Overnight train to Hong Kong where we could only afford a 1 star shoe box for 3 nights
3) A flight to Taiwan for 5 nights in another shoe box 3 star hotel
4) A flight to Beijing to meet Paul's friends Chris and Claire. …
... the bus and realize we’ve lost half the group today. Many want to go shopping, so rather than take the tour, they’re heading out with Mike and Mir. We’ll meet up with them at dinner. David refers to Shanghai as a "Megacity." Twenty-three million people call Shanghai home (The entire population of Australia is 22 million). Fifteen million live in the downtown area, 5 million in the rural areas, and 3 million are considered ...
... I was able to use many of the same ideas. I guess next week I'll know to prepare something in advance!
Friday night we revisited the Mexican restaurant in our neighborhood and then went to a dance club to celebrate a friend's birthday.
Last night we decided to have a "quiet" night in and enjoy the wonderfulness of Chinese TV. We watched a thrilling sort of ... opera? I guess that's what I would call it. It ...
... hutongs & old houses surrounded by laundry, mixed in with shiny new high-rise flats & offices.
The temple is like every other temple I've seen - cool, but I really am all temple'd out. This one has some cool fish in a pond too.
We spend the evening in the hostel where we share a few beers along with Elise & Lila - a French girl in our room. I feel a little sad to be leaving Shanghai ...
... They turn on all the lights from about 7:30 PM to 11 PM. Shanghai is amazingly developed and surprisingly clean. There are many foreigners here, mostly for the expo. The river divides Shanghai into East (Pudong) and West (Xidong).
Monday we got to visit the World Expo. We got there at 7 am (though it didn’t open till 9) to try to get tickets to the China pavilion but it was already jam packed so we didn’t get a chance. The crowds and the shoving and ...