How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Yan'an Hotel
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Yan'an Hotel Shanghai
Travel Blogs from Shanghai
... matter as they were sharing a room and William, who wanted to make sure she left the country! Only kidding - he was being the conscientious tour leader and was making sure she got into a taxi that was headed in the right direction - the airport! As I understand he did the same for Alison a few hours later - poor man! The rest of us were staying in Shanghai for a little longer to fully enjoy all it's pleasures. And then we were 8!
So our personal food tour ...
Up early and off to the South Bund fabric market via taxi. The material was very expensive around $20 metre for silk. I looked for the small off cuts bits which were cheaper. Didn't stay there very long, so we decided to walk via the riverside back to the hotel just ...
... all rushing to the westernised toilets as we were not sure what sort awaited us at the next stop. Then onto the busses and off to the next school where are performing a concert. What a wonderful experience this morning. You can go and see some sights and experience the shopping in Shanghai but you cannot put a price on the cultural experience w all shared this morning! -Billy James After our concert today, we had a photo shoot for the school. It started out alright, ...
... into a Mob flash dance just as I was about to start class . Surprise! Thanks Jess!
The day of my birthday I received flowers from Jim and my Mom-lovely- as well as phone calls and emails! I thought a few of my friends may be available to go out for lunch-Hmm It seemed that EVERYONE was unavailable. Ok no problem. I joined Sue for a nice long hike in the woods that morning. We got lost while we were chatting, but had ...
... more time with them. After, Jan took us to a restaurant on Hong Mei that we had never been to before called The Sunset. His friend is the manager, who is Chinese, and who loves to sing. There was a band playing there that night. The lead singer was a girl, and two men, one who sang and played keyboard and a very fabulously, flamboyant one who played bongos, shakers and also sang. They took turns "lead singing" which was pretty unique. They also took requests, and ...