Royal Tulip on the Beach Shanghai

Address: No.1 Xincheng Road, Jinshan District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200540, China | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located in the 嘉定 area of Shanghai.
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Travel Blogs from Shanghai

China Overnight trains- an experience all itself

A travel blog entry by vacationista on Nov 06, 2013

4 photos

... am familiar with.

At the end of my second day in Beijing, I was to have a pen-ultimate experience of all trips to China, and overall Asia for that matter - a 17-hour overnight train.

The overnight trains are, well how do I put it...definitely not an experience of luxury; they are not ideal if you fear your tour mates will see you in your underwear. They are not ideal if you care that the locals next to you have snoring problems. ...

Hello, China!

A travel blog entry by murphymonica on Apr 11, 2013

7 comments, 13 photos

... to calling Sweet Pea and will do so on this travel diary, enjoyed the flight as well. Who wouldn't love to have steaming towels handed to you with a pair of prongs, and stickers and toys shoved in your face by a pretty, concerned Korean airline stewardess every time your brow furrowed with the slightest discomfort?

We arrived at night bleary-eyed, greeted by two sweet young men that represent the University, and were whisked off ...

Customs and Quarantine and Entry Forms, Oh My!

A travel blog entry by travelerfromoz on Sep 10, 2011

8 photos

... as possible; do not doddle and do not alert anyone to your illness. Discovery of your condition would not force a paper money fine, but hours of anguish alone in quarantine. When it comes to diseases and illness, the Chinese people are somewhat compulsive about health; don’t give them something to worry about, no matter how minor your symptoms may seem. However, if they are really severe, please go directly to the hospital for ...

On the loose in Shanghai

A travel blog entry by taschek on Feb 12, 2008

1 comment, 4 photos

On Monday 2/11 JT arranged 3 plane tix for this Wed's 2 night (3 day) trip to Yangshou. After a lazy morning, JT, Sue and I got out of the apartment around 2:30pm to look at architecture in the French Quarter. The streets were pretty calm today (due to the New Year's Holiday) and we stopped at an Irish Pub for lunch and a few pints. We had sheppard's pie, lamb stew and ...

Sad farewell

A travel blog entry by voyageuse on Nov 21, 2006

... it's starting to sink in that my time in China is really over. I'm a little jealous of those who get to stay longer, but I know I'd still be reluctant to leave at a later date. I never thought I'd get this attached to China, but this trip has far surpassed my expectations. We really got to know people in Suzhou and become a part of the city to some degree. It's going to take some adjustment to feel at home in America again I think, but hopefully the holiday season will help with ...