Royal Tulip on the Beach Shanghai

Address: No.1 Xincheng Road, Jinshan District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200540, China | 4 star hotel
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Location

This 4 star hotel is located in the 嘉定 area of Shanghai.
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Travel Blogs from Shanghai

Cuddling Tigers and Running from Lemurs

A travel blog entry by flyindandelion on Nov 14, 2014

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Our first stop was to see the baby animals. MEEEELLLTTT..... Oh my gosh. The first thing we saw were baby Timons. The enclosure (if you could call it that) allowed us to get right up close to them for cute pictures of their adorable little butts digging into the ground. Then we walked further and went into a huge enclosure that looked like it would have birds in it or something. It was a giant cage with two entrances in case something escaped ...

Shanghai for the night

A travel blog entry by mjgoodie on Nov 16, 2013

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... my own room...however....the building was extremely old and creaky! The doors all slammed and groaned and whined when opened....you could hear everything in the building and outside then building....needless to say I did not sleep much on the Friday night. I decided to move to a hotel near the airport Saturday evening, a good nights sleep was needed with all the flying about to begin! Found a great hotel for ...

Shanghai Fake Market, Museum & Antiques

A travel blog entry by jarcher106 on May 22, 2013

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... Final stop of the day was the nearby antiques street, with small stalls packed full of real and pseudo items including typewriters, phones, posters and clock paperweights which Tom almost purchased! Quick dinner in the lounge, then we jumped on the metro to watch the Shanghai Circus World acrobatics show ERA Intersection of Time. The tag line was "miss it and you miss shanghai" and wow, what ...

Apartment

A travel blog entry by jlwebste on May 18, 2009

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... Some of the best dumplings that I have had.

We then went to go meet his friend Peggy who was going to help us out tomorrow if we had any trouble with anything. On our way home we found a convenience store to get some toilet paper because we were totally out. By the time we got home it was dark outside and we were glad to be back. It was a lot of walking and a lot of hassle to get our apartment straightened out.
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Sad farewell

A travel blog entry by voyageuse on Nov 21, 2006

... were pleasantly surprised when the kids inundated us with presents. I felt so touched when each student brought up a little gift they'd bought or made and thanked us for teaching. Then they all crowded around us so we could get some pictures and were disappointed when they found out we were going back to America. I was so sad to leave the school that day! Even though we were the ones who were there to learn about education, the teachers and the headmaster acted like we had ...