Wu Gong Hotel

Address: No.431 Fuzhou Road, Huangpu District , Shanghai, Shanghai, 200001, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the E.Nanjing Road area of Shanghai, is near Zhonggong Yidahuizhi, Shanghai Silk Museum, Eric Moller's House, and Sun Yatsen Residence.
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    Happy Birthday Susan

    A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Oct 17, 2014

    3 comments, 21 photos

    ... eating “western food” for a change. After dinner, we tagged along to an amazing bar scene nearby where there were literally hundreds of small garage sized bars open to the street that cater to young expatriates who are cashing in on the Shanghai economy.

    We soon found our way to the metro and found our way to our hotel station. We found that the Shanghai subway was easy and efficient. Susan had a birthday she will not forget.


    Last day in China

    A travel blog entry by tayrocfam on Aug 25, 2014

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... more spare time, we have enjoyed the experience. There was much to learn. There is too much history and information that we have been given that I cannot possibly relay to you, nevertheless I hope you have gleaned some insight into China and I can definitely say it is not a place of poor people and rice paddys (sorry, that is what I perceived). It is progressive, rich and too busy. It doesn't sleep or wait for any man. You get dragged along into its way of life, whether you ...

    Days 14-17 GanQuan Foreign School Shanghai

    A travel blog entry by mcc_china2014 on Apr 05, 2014

    56 photos

    ... their essentials (or night snacks albeit) as they were able to in Beijing. Not even with a teacher present with them. For the teachers to leave the Campus at any given time themselves, they must fill in forms stating time of departure, time of return, intended location, and must be signed and authorised by both the Australian and Chinese Teacher at the school. So with personal essentials running dry, the girls gather their lists of requested goodies, for Dr Zee ...

    I-Pen?? Who needs copyrights here?

    A travel blog entry by kyelito on Jul 07, 2013


    ... talk about a skill I will never use again. I mean it is interesting to know how to write, but I really will never do it in the future.

    Today in Chinese we learned numbers, foods and drinks. We quickly learned how to say Cold Beer. "bing pi jiu". So I want a cold cola "Wo he bing ke le". Its hard to type out the Pinyin without being able to put the stresses on ...

    A Ghostly Noise

    A travel blog entry by mikeandsheila on Oct 15, 2011

    33 photos

    ... bucket thingy then hop out without losing our balance, again photographed and again bad luck if you mess up - lucky I'm not superstitious because I hop badly and Sheila doesn't hop at all.The highlight is the top temple which is painted in an unusual indigo colour and decorated with scary murals depicting the end of humanity. What keeps our humour up are the Chinese tourists. Enmasse they are herded like sheep while being bombarded with tour info. They wear ...