Yuandong Hotel

Address: No. 90 Xizang Middle Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200001, China | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the 北新桥 area of Shanghai, is near Old French Concession, Shanghai Sideways, Shanghai Silk Museum, and Shanghai Grand Theater.
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Travel Blogs from Shanghai

Shanghai: Round Two

A travel blog entry by the_stamms on Jul 31, 2014

110 photos

He Said:

Peking duck is an imperial Chinese dish originating in Beijing, which is formerly known as Peking. It was prevalent throughout Chinese history, was written into an imperial food and beverage guide in 1330, and became the dish we know today during the Ming dynasty. It is the food of emperors. The first restaurant to serve Peking duck opened in Beijing in 1416, but my first experience with Beijing's crowning culinary invention took place in Shanghai.

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Time to head for home

A travel blog entry by wilk on Oct 02, 2013

43 photos

Not time to do much today as we depart for the airport at 12pm for our 4.30 flight. After a quick breakfast and a final pack, Janelle, Kent, Karen, Yvonne and myself grabbed a couple of taxis and went to the Jade Buddha Temple. It was very similar to a lot of other Buddhists temples but I always find them very peaceful places and I love the smell of incense burning. As it was fairly early there were many locals there worshipping. After a quiet ...

End of 2nd month

A travel blog entry by emmacookson15 on Apr 14, 2013

... 8217;ll smoke if its smoking or not. Anyway, I went in all optimistic etc etc saying that I could sleep anywhere, noise didn’t affect me, I sleep really quickly anyway. Karma. I think I got about 2 hours sleep total—it’s now obvious why sleep deprivation is used as a torture method, no joke. We then got straight off the train and hiked up steps up a mountain for 8km to get to our hostel which was, naturally, at the top of the mountain. 8km ...

Shanghai Nights

A travel blog entry by colorofmidnight on Sep 08, 2012

I have been meaning to blog earlier about my week here in Shanghai, but every day is just so busy. I've been out and about every day and almost every night. People here party like crazy because this city does not sleep. Also, the alcohol being dirt cheap certainly contributes to the craziness. I'm contemplating whether I should go out tonight. So much peer pressure all around. But Y.O.L.O., right? .


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Insert generic Shanghai pun (Surprise, Nights etc)

A travel blog entry by gdarmo on Aug 19, 2012

1 comment, 147 photos

... around checking out all the massive buildings, and the views across the river. We finished with a trip up to the top of the Jin Mao tower in the late afternoon, seeing the dizzying view down to the reception of the hotel 40 floors below, and then walking around the viewing platform as the sun began to set. Ben also turned up, and we waited for it to go dark, taking a load of photos (so many that my camera battery ran out and I had to use my phone instead). The view as the city became a ...