Tian Yi Hotel

No.1805 Siping Road, Yangpu District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200433, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the 复旦大学 area of Shanghai, is near Nanjing Lu (Nanjing Road), Jin Mao Tower, Shanghai Centre Village, and Yangpu Bridge.
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Travel Blogs from Shanghai

Wielki świat

A travel blog entry by monikak on Apr 26, 2014

46 photos

... z nowoczesnymi drapaczami chmur Pudongu (zerknijcie na zdjęcia). Ani nie dziwią ani nie oburzają złote świątynie wciśnięte pomiędzy oszklone budynki biurowców i hoteli.

Co jeszcze odróżnia Szanghaj od innych chińskich miast? Mieszkańcy dosyć wcześnie idą spać ;) Iluminacja świetlna dzielnic The Bund ...

Get me outta here!

A travel blog entry by beely on Aug 06, 2013

7 photos

... began kitchen prep pretty early though, so it really wasn't dangerous:

I told the guy that I’m a night
owl and I never sleep. Unfortunately, he took that as an invitation to hang out
with me for the entire night. Ughhhh! I carried on the longest conversation
I’ve ever had ... I talked to the guy for 6 ******* hours!! At one point, I was
chatting up 3 other people (these ...

One breathtaking city!

A travel blog entry by bjbromberg on Apr 04, 2013

3 comments, 102 photos

... no, then she held up a polish and pointed to it. Oh, I thought – that’s what they did in Vietnam – put on a topcoat of gel and dried. Okay I waved. Finally finished, I said "sign on hotel?" and got a nod. Walked to the front desk…………… 880 RMB for fill, 300 for top coat = 1180 rmb. Divide by 6 for dollars. I almost had a heart ...

Shanghai Week 6- Hit Me With Your Best Shot

A travel blog entry by rburrows92 on Sep 24, 2012

4 comments, 24 photos

... all who stand in their path!...or, they just get fed a lot...yeah, probably that second one. Also, there were ducks! That isn't particularly important, but I thought I would mention it because it was the first time I saw ducks that were not lined up to be eaten at a later date...Anyway.

After crossing the pond, we came to the gardens and were set loose upon the unsuspecting scenery. I have to admit, the Yu Yuan Garden is now one of my favorite places in China. It's hard to ...

Chinese oddities

A travel blog entry by mburghouwt on Sep 20, 2012

7 comments, 28 photos

... late because of traffic and when they finally came they grilled me with questions. Their six year old daughter is to be prepared for getting into first grade in March in an international school. The parents both speak perfect English and asked me endless questions about my teaching methods, teaching experience and so on. You have to understand that getting a job in this country comes with A LOT of…well, bending the truth. Still, they seemed satisfied and I will start the ...

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