Riverside Hotel Shanghai (Qing Shui Wan)

Address: No.1305 Kaixuan North Road, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200063, China | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

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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    ... say. However, if I thought my pronunciation was difficult for Chinese speakers to understand, you should see how hard it is for English speakers! Aside from responding frequently in Chinese to my family, and then translating myself as if they really cared, I also found that sometimes my default language became Chinese. For example, while still tired from the flight discussed above, I went into the waiting room at Grandpa's hospital. I turned around and bumped into a man ...

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