Rayfont Shanghai Nanpu Hotel

Address: No.118 Nancang Street, Huangpu District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200011, China | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the 大南门 area of Shanghai, is near Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Hall, Bund (Zhongshan Road), Teahouse and Zickzack Bridge, and Eric Moller's House.
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    Travel Blogs from Shanghai

    Another On Time Arrival!

    A travel blog entry by lmccall on May 08, 2014

    ... layered tulle skirt, with a t-shirt and scarf! We arrived at our hotel in The Bund and were so delighted with our view of the river and the Neon Musical views! The term Neon Musical is mine and merely captures the incredible light show emanating from the tall buildings and other landmarks on the east and west sides of the Wusong River. Lovely dinner at New Heights on The Bund and finally sleep. ...

    Amanda's First Thanksgiving

    A travel blog entry by meanderingmand on Nov 22, 2012

    7 photos

    ... and a great experience that I'm really glad Jo invited me to be a a part of. I'm a bit disappointed we didn't share what we were thankful for though! I guess there was just too many of us :o) I'll just send her a text to tell her I think she's the bomb :o)

    I am thankful for my wonderful family and friends, near and far - I love you all! Also, I am thankful for borrowed ponchos, without which I would have gotten drenched on the way home!

    Happy Thanksgiving everyone!! xxx

    Shang High

    A travel blog entry by emds on Sep 06, 2012

    16 photos

    ... br> The days that followed were spent in much the same way. Finding delicious food and popping up from the subway like a wack-a-mole to explore the surrounding area. Shanghai is full of surprises. One morning, following a tip from someone she had talked to in a cafe, Vinh’s mum lead us to Qibao. It was quite a long subway trip from the center city and we were expecting to find a good yum-cha restaurant, but instead found an ancient town on the banks of a small river. ...

    What. I can't believe we are halfway through July.

    A travel blog entry by jamiewyn on Jul 14, 2012


    ... this one. I met him for lunch one day last weekend, and today I did the same when one of his classes was canceled. I might also meet him again, tomorrow.

    His new schedule also makes our travel plans a little more difficult, but we are also dealing with that by both taking off a couple of days to go to Beijing. We plan to go at the end of July. Wow! That's actually really soon! I can't believe we're already halfway through July, right now. I knew time ...

    Spinning so Fast

    A travel blog entry by wandertrust on May 19, 2011

    1 comment, 49 photos

    ... we explored the incredible garden they had there, mainly a tourist trap, we headed off to the markets. It was in the garden that my camera died however, so unfortunately everything between the garden and the alumni dinner went un-photographed. The markets were insane. Rows after rows of shops with people pushing to sell everything from buddhist statues to robes to trinkets to anything you could think China might have. The sellers were quite pushy, and bargaining was actually ...