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), Banyan Tree Spa, and Shanghai Centre Village.
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    Rockbund and Yu Gardens

    A travel blog entry by lkglover on Sep 13, 2014

    9 photos

    ... really wanted one for myself. When I first got it I paid 50¥ (£5) and this time I went to purchase another and the man tried to charge me 280¥ (£28)!!! So cheeky! I really am sick of this in China, constantly being ripped off and people trying it on because you're a tourist. So I thought I would be cheeky back and told him I had bought one for 40¥. After about 10 minutes of haggling the man accepted my 40¥. On my way back to the subway I bought ...

    Swords, fans and food stands

    A travel blog entry by premiertravel on Oct 21, 2013

    36 photos

    ... to an area where the French used to occupy between 1840 and 1930.

    We were treated to a sword lesson and a fan lesson by a lovely couple in the park. All 26 of us lined up and tried some of the moves. We were quite the spectical. Tim demonstated his sword swallowing skills. After our lesson, we were free to wander around and Tim and I joined in for a cha cha and foxtrot. One ...

    We Have Arrived!

    A travel blog entry by lisa.varos on Jul 02, 2013

    5 photos

    ... magical places on earth: The Black Market. Alex sure has had fun. Our RMBs have dwindled at this stop considerably.

    The metro, itself, is a great way to move about the city. It is very inexpensive and fast. The wait for a train is not long, roughly two and a half minutes. We have used the metro fairly regularly. It's easy; announcements and writing is in Chinese and English.


    "Laowai, laowai!"

    A travel blog entry by lzarras on Oct 21, 2012

    2 comments, 46 photos

    ... implementing "English day" on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, which my boss and I hope will encourage the kids to start speaking more English. One of my Chinese teachers was gone for 4 days this week, so my boss Morgan was in my room often, and he said that he can see an improvement in a few of the kids' English already. This made me feel good but the only direction they could go was up, so let's hope that keeps on lasting. I must have mentioned that I was a math and ...

    Finally in Shanghai

    A travel blog entry by ashleyinshangai on Aug 27, 2012

    80 photos

    ... an airport without a ticket, so I knew I would have to say goodbye to Dad at security. He just kept saying over and over again how proud he was of me. Of course, this made me cry. A lot. I'm tearing up now just thinking about it. I'm so glad he said it to me so much because I know it's what will give me strength when this gets really tough (which it has already, but I'll go into that later). I was just a mess. It was so weird because part of me wanted to stand ...