Riverside Hotel Shanghai (Qing Shui Wan)

Address: No.1305 Kaixuan North Road, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200063, China | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Caojiadu area of Shanghai, is near Oriental Pearl Tower (Dongfang Mingzhu), Garden of Contentment (Yu Yuan Garden), Peace Hotel (Heping Fandian), and m97 Gallery.
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      Goodbye Mr. & Mrs. Wangstun

      A travel blog entry by i.d.k. on Dec 14, 2014

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      ... a train ride, and we boarded with NINE minutes before they closed boarding for our flight from Beijing to LA!! Kamie got held-up in security while I was in the bathroom - I come back and they were opening his vitamins and smelling of them!! I ran over and started asking what was going-on and when they realized he was with me, they let him go. I always tell Kamie his hair makes him look like a drug dealer. Ha After that, Kamie ...

      Pagoda then off to Shanghai

      A travel blog entry by hallenmont on Apr 05, 2014

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      ... more people about. It was worth the effort as the lights are stunning. Even with the big crowds it is very safe, The only aspect to be wary of is the pickpocket business and the vendor who may try to short change you, by giving 50 cent notes instead of $5.00. The advice we are given is get to know the currency and don't talk to strangers.

      Tomorrow we will visit the Bund and explore ...

      Midgets on stage

      A travel blog entry by china_bound on Nov 27, 2013

      ... as Westerners are taught to ignore the scene and keep walking. It would be considered rude to stare, even though deep down it's difficult to not look. In China, this part of human nature seems totally acceptable. Midgets performing in night clubs is catering to that inner desire to see something totally unfamiliar and in a way it's refreshing to admit that what we call our "inner desire" is actually shared by everyone. Even by the midgets.

      My Arrival

      A travel blog entry by ssodhi on Jun 03, 2013

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      Day 2

      The airplane arrived to Pudong International Airport PVG about twenty minutes early - 1:40pm.
      (If you're wondering, that is about 12:40am in Minnesota) I collected my carry on, changed out of the Minnesota sweatpants at a restroom, and proceeded down a long terminal to customs. Because I did not update my Visa to a Business-F Visa for my stay, I somewhat worried that they wouldn't let me in... "You no ...

      Shanghai Nights

      A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Nov 01, 2012

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      ... glass’ in the windows so it looks like you are going more slowly than you are. It seems that Japan is buildings a faster and longer maglev so it won’t be long until this one loses its title.

      We did the bus tour so it is only right that we do a boat tour as well, the Huangpu Creek is so pretty with the Bund on one side and Pudong on the other and the brightly lit cruise boats were just irresistible and so much plusher than our usual boat trips. The ...