Tian He Hotel

Address: No.178 Nanmen Road, Chongming County, Shanghai Region, 202150, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.178 Nanmen Road, Chongming County.
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    Travel Blogs from Chongming County

    #15 Dongping Forest Park

    A travel blog entry by shereebarker92 on Jun 07, 2014

    - bus with Stayin at 9am - met her friend Vicky there - cost £7 into park - huge area, bit like Centre Parcs without the lodges to stay in. You could camp there though! Lots of extended families there with their small children, lovely atmosphere! - huge forest, lots of beautiful trees and flowers. Was a beautiful day as well with temperature about 30 degrees. - felt sorry for some little birds hanging from trees in cages..must be awful seeing all that area to fly around in ...

    Our final dash out of Shanghai

    A travel blog entry by roamas on Apr 17, 2014

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    ... Aussie snacks first to make way for souvenirs!).

    Next we got the subway train to Shanghai's famous Yu Yuan Gardens which features traditional Chinese Gardens that date back to the Qing Dynasty - the oldest gardens in Shanghai in fact .. something akin to The Chinese Gardens in Sydney but nicer and bigger!
    I even got some paper cutouts made of Team Tourle-Choi .. can you spot the resemblance??
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    #8 A long-overdue update!

    A travel blog entry by shereebarker92 on Apr 13, 2014

    30 photos

    ... and a PSY impersonator bopping around on it singing "Gangnam Style", performing to a crowd of around 2000 school kids in their different coloured shell suits. Looking at the other teachers faces, I think they were relieved as I was to go to the little lunch room and settle there for the day. As usual, I was the centre of attention (that isn't meant in a big headed way, they genuinely do just sit there and talk to you in Chinese and stare at you constantly). The word "piao ...

    #4 A million hours in the space of a few days.

    A travel blog entry by shereebarker92 on Mar 03, 2014

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    ... me about me doing teaching) 8. ROOM 6: Had to go behind curtain and had an ultrasound exam on my stomach. I didn't like the feeling of being pressed, had to take a deep breath and hold my breath which I found difficult because it was uncomfortable! (Met a boy from Holland whilst waiting for this room, who lives in Guangzhou working as an engineer.) 9. ROOM 7: Went back to first room, and changed back into my clothes from the locker. Had to put shoe covers and robe into ...

    Our first week begins...

    A travel blog entry by go2china on Jul 15, 2012

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    ... but we're blaming it on granola bars, nuts, chocolate bars and Cheesies that we brought to help sustain Norm in the coming weeks. The walk through to Arrival area was something to see- lines and lines of people waving signs and bits of paper and flags looking for various passengers, most in Chinese. After we ran the gauntlet, we could see Norm and what a welcome sight he was! He had a driver in tow, who we nearly disabled when he tried to ...