Rayfont Shanghai Nanpu Hotel

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

    Secret passages and hidden locks

    A travel blog entry by florachen on Apr 12, 2014

    ... however, we became sort of stuck. What we missed was that there was a little blacklight flashlight hidden in the "control room". When we finally got our hands on it 10 minutes already passed by. The blacklight ended up revealing hidden messages within the paintings and we found another numerical code. This opened up a compartment in the "control room" which then led us to another code. The code opened up the front door of the jail cell where we ...

    It has been a good week...

    A travel blog entry by ssodhi on Jun 28, 2013

    7 photos

    ... just took what Barry said.  He observes those around him constantly, compliments people profusely, and sometimes refers to himself as a loser for being slower at technology or web browsing or whatever.  He also diverts attention from himself.  Last week he told me his grandmother died when we were walking to the bus.  I offered him my condolences, and asked him if his family was doing okay. His response was that he wouldn’t want to ...

    Day 22 - Bye Bye, Shanghai

    A travel blog entry by reece83 on Feb 05, 2013


    ... not one word of English. Our poor efforts at communication were starting to frustrate her and I feared she would drive off. So once again, technology came to my rescue. I fired up google translator on the iPad and typed in that I wanted to go to the airport but needed her to drive down the lane to pick up my bags from the hostel first. I showed her the translation and she nodded enthusiastically and off we went and pulled up further away from the hostel than we were when we ...

    Shanghai Week 1+2- Crazy Train

    A travel blog entry by rburrows92 on Aug 12, 2012

    4 comments, 6 photos

    ... us at Shanghai Hongqiao station. I’ve never ridden on a train for an extended period before, and I’ve never been on a high-speed train before, so I was fascinated by the whole experience. Our train ticket was relatively cheap, security wasn’t as severe as airport security, the seats were more comfortable than an airplane’s, and it only took about twice as long as a plane would. I’m legitimately surprised that these types of ...


    A travel blog entry by chris_emma2012 on May 17, 2012

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... 8217;t what we thought we paid for) in costumes that looked as if they had never been washed. Until about the third act when health and safety went out the window and they were throwing themselves around the theatre held up by a bit of material. The performers looked like children, I don’t think one of them was older than 18 at the most. The finale if the show was spectacular. There was a giant cage that a performer rode his motorbike around, and then came another bike and ...