Wanhe Yalong International Hotel Shanghai

Address: No.688 Gushan Road, Pudong District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200135, China | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Lujiazui area of Shanghai, is near The Bund (Wai Tan), Shanghai Museum (Shanghai Bowuguan), Yangpu Bridge, and Banyan Tree Spa.
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    Shanghai to Guilin

    A travel blog entry by kirby1306 on Aug 18, 2014

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    ... next to me literally staring at the side of my face for two hours – apparently we need to get used to it because it will happen a lot! To be fair she clocked that I didn’t like the food except for the raisins and saved her packet to give me at the end of the flight which was nice of her in a weird kind of way. When we got to Guilin, I have never seen an airport like it! It was mental!! We didn’t have to do any of this declaring ...

    A foodies Guide to Shanghai

    A travel blog entry by gregj on Apr 12, 2014

    8 photos

    ... miles away and tranquility and fine food abound. Here hides "Efes; Turkish and Mediterranean Cuisine". The interior is stylish and spacious and the view is over the garden with tables outside for smokers. The food is authentic and subtly spiced. Slow cooked lamb on eggplant mash, Hummus with turkish bread, Spiced rice in marinated olive leaves, Beef and lamb kebab on flat bread with steamed vegetables made a very sumptuous meal that was completed by Turkish coffee. ...

    Day 15: Xi'an Mountain High

    A travel blog entry by charlenethomas on Jul 10, 2013

    25 photos

    ... pave the way and even carve steps out of the mountain. Then along the paved trais they fashion areas to stop and eat; these areas are complete with food vendors, picnic tables, and souvenirs. The only way to get supplies up to these areas is for workers to hike up with heavy loads on their backs. Tough, tough work.

    On our way to Huashan Mountain we stopped at a rest stop along the highway (think interstate). Again, this ...

    Oriental Venice

    A travel blog entry by anelliceabroad on Jun 28, 2013

    5 photos

    ... his favourite animal) and we wrote a nice thank you letter on the back with our emails on. Then we gave him 100 Yuan tip in an envelope. He was made up. Gave us his email in return with some Chinese symbols on which mean "Friendship Always" and hugged me goodbye and told me I was his best friend and our tour was the best tour! Very sad the tour has come to an end now. Our group clicked so well and was the best way to start travelling ...

    Trip draws to a close

    A travel blog entry by kateandjohn on Jan 01, 2013

    3 comments, 15 photos

    ... poor food, and some reading. Our flight isn’t delayed by more than a few minutes and again there are very few Canadian faces on the flight. Across the aisle is another former Mudu student: Maple, now known as Queenie. She is attending Queen Margaret’s School in Duncan, where Jen had come from. Her manner is a tad odd, and I suspect it always was, but it is amazing to see someone I recognize. A few hours into the flight and a passenger pauses as he passes – it ...