Sofitel Shanghai Sheshan Oriental

Address: Crossing of Jiasong South Road and Sichen Road, Shanghai, Shanghai, 201601, China | 4 star hotel
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      Highlights of Shanghai

      A travel blog entry by jonmorley on Oct 05, 2014

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      ... or claustrophobic? Not at all. It was safe and lively; there was excitement, weariness, boredom, but no aggression, frustration. Children stepped along happily within the throng. No-one was drinking, but almost everyone was texting or speaking or taking photos or somehow interacting with a hand-held device. People were attentive, calm and responsive to each other. In all, it was a rare experience. Qiangyang Gardens and lines writ in ...

      Being exotic

      A travel blog entry by olivernzer on Oct 23, 2013


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      A travel blog entry by lisa.varos on Jul 13, 2013

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      And so to China

      A travel blog entry by andyeaton on Oct 18, 2012

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      ... had had first class the last time but I was very wrong. The station is magnificent in the style of Mussolini stations, making a statement for sure, all glass and marble. All passengers are searched and scanned on entry to the building and I duly lined up. Drop the bag in the scanner, walk through the arch it pings, well it would wouldn’t it I have every electrical gadget you can have in my pockets. A young female security guard steps up waves a wand ...

      First Week of School

      A travel blog entry by ashleyinshangai on Sep 12, 2012

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      ... about teaching really. My lessons were pretty easy and fun. It was more that I was nervous about how the kids would be, how much English they would know, if the Chinese teachers in our classrooms would be nice and that we would be able to figure out the routine of the day. When I went to bed on Sunday night, I felt pretty good and not too nervous. I even got a good night's rest! But, when I woke up, I was a wreck again, lol. Looking back on it now, ...