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. …
... yanked it away and escaped! While we were in the 'ancient town' we tried a popular desert that all of the locals were eating, but we weren't best impressed. It was a sweet snack with a marzipan-textured case (that didn't taste of anything) around icing sugar mousse which surrounded a tiny bit of plain, vanilla sponge. In the early afternoon we returned to our local subway station and visited the restaurant we went to on the first day for lunch as we knew ...
... the worlds greatest Kung Fu show! It was truly incredible and for once Scott didn't end up on stage! Sadly however photography was banned (and strictly enforced by an army of attendants who shot over and told you off if you as much reached in your pockets) so we have nothing to show you. But picture men jumping across stage, smashing bits of wood over their heads and performing moves worthy of most Olympic gymnasts. ...
... from the middle style, and all of it was delicious. Everything from the white carrots to the black fungus was just incredible. Our orientation leader’s name is Peter, and he seems like a friendly enough fellow. He’s got that meek work-too-much but very polite asian charm about him. He showed us a bit around the campus, and I believe at this point I can successfully get from the front gate back to our dorm building.
... had pak choi stuck in my teeth or in fact that I was from another planet and my last 25 years on earth had been a dream..
Shanghai, although hugely impressive and modern, had a bit of a 'stage' feel to it, with things moving so fast that no one bothers to screw anything down, but instead everything is temporarily glued until the next fad arrives. Including buildings.
Highlight- A Chinese Justin Bieber (they loves him here) belting out 'Baby' ...