Rayfont Celebrity Hotel & Apartment Shanghai
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Ciara - After a long week of school and exciting (but tiring) new experiences we all got a nice sleep in before setting off individually with our buddies. By 9:00am everyone had left school to experience Chinese way of life from a new perspective. We all got to try completely new and different things, some of the activities we did were go to the Grand Prix, go shopping, make dumplings, bargain at the markets and ate some delicious food! When we ...
... up here. I did notice though, that the area I was in had a lot of public parks, hideaways, and green spaces that were very nice to walk through and look up at the stunning skyline from. Also, there were a lot of interesting sculptures in the area that I was walking around, a bunch of which were of rhinos which is weird because it was the Chinese who poached them to extinction in Africa. After about 3 hours downtown I decided to grab food before a ...
... French architectural influence in the areas we were walking. We managed to wander through the modern café and bar area of Xintiandi, through a few back streets and into the very nice Fushing Park – another beautiful sanctuary in which to hide away from the busy city.
From the French Concession we jumped back on the metro and headed across to the Yuyuan Gardens. The Yuyuan Gardens are considered to be one of the finest, and most lavish, examples of ancient ...
... screams coming from outside, like INSANE INSANE blood curdling screams. At first I was totally panicked and thought about calling the police, but then I remembered we have basketball courts all around us, and figured it was just an intense game of b-ball (the Chinese LOVE and are EXTREMELY intense about basket ball). Besides, were I to call the police, they would understand absolutely nothing I said, as they only speak Chinese. Today, though, I learned that those ...
... breathe, and so many people on the overnight train to Xi'an didnt even have a seat. Xi'an is a landmark in China thanks to the terracotta warriors - a group of thousands of lifesize clay soldiers buried for hundreds of years, discovered only in the 70s. The story behind their existance is unbelievable. Crazy old emperor Qing ordered their creation except he didn't want anyone to know about it so he killed everyone who made them afterwards. They ...
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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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