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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A travel blog entry by chriswrobs on Apr 09, 2015

2 comments, 26 photos

... China was celebrating holiday, the square was packed with people. This regrettably took away from the landmark garden, but we strolled through the park nonetheless. After a few pictures here and there, we found our way in front of Shanghai’s National Museum. Entrance was free, the line wasn’t so long, so we thought we’d have a look. And it is with honesty I say the museum was a letdown. Historically, China has lost many of its prized artifacts to ...

So much to take in

A travel blog entry by hudsimo on Dec 23, 2013

5 photos

... has the most beautiful decorated ceilings and murals. Apparently they were covered for more than 40 years since they showed bare chests so this helped to preserve their condition.

On the short ferry ride across to the newer Pudong area (20 years ago this area was covered in rice paddocks) the little Chinese toddler Paul was sitting next to was very polite and offering him lollies. He had to accept of course, regardless of the fact that she had ...

So, test and going out to a club in Shanghai...

A travel blog entry by jackalopesage on Jun 29, 2013

Hello! Not that much has happened this past week, or rather each day small things have happened but I've been too lazy to write about them using what little free time I have from school work (there’s a lot of that). But yesterday was the first big test! Yay! I absolutely loved the oral presentation, I chose my topic to be Easter (we were allowed to choose any American holiday). I chose it partly because I wanted to finally learn the words for "Christianity" –“ji du ...


A travel blog entry by jlwebste on May 18, 2009

7 photos

... 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.

Sad farewell

A travel blog entry by voyageuse on Nov 21, 2006

I can't believe I'm heading home tomorrow! These three months have gone by so quickly, yet I feel like I've done so much. Unfortunately, the past couple days have been rainy so I couldn't do as much around Suzhou as I would've liked. Still, I've gotten to spend time with people in our group and our Chinese friends who I won't see again anytime soon. Last Thursday we had the last day of our internship at the school. We taught a 5th grade class and then a 6th grade class and ...