Yue Hua Hotel

Address: No.88 Jianghai Road, Fengxian District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 201400, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Shanghai

Angus and the Matchmaking Umbrellas

A travel blog entry by hayleya18 on Oct 12, 2014

5 comments, 10 photos

... Tina fell last week in her home and cracked her head. Her cleaner found her. Tina required several stitches and she has been resting at home. We went to see her, she looked tired. We spoke for some time and had dinner there. I ate chicken's feet again... I'm becoming quite the connoisseur.

We drove home after dinner and got back home at 8.45pm and went to bed. Great day, despite seeing Tina not looking very well, but we hope she will be much better ...

Shanghai in 3 days.....

A travel blog entry by nlmiller55 on Jan 15, 2014

287 photos

... A fab idea! Also they had random locals all locked in a game of cards! People would gather round and watch and when a seat became available it would be filled straight away. There was people playing badminton on the green and people just having a stroll and enjoying the natural surroundings and pleasant sounds compared to the busy noise's of Shanghai.

In the afternoon we took a trip to the Shanghai Museum. It was free to enter which was a bonus. Spread over 4 ...

Pearls and Crowns in Shanghai

A travel blog entry by hreljacsinasia on Nov 08, 2013

3 photos

... I'd have to pass but low and behold as I'm walking down the street one girl started yelling at me saying that they'd give them to me for 4 bucks instead aha. I probably could have haggled some more but I was pretty happy with it because they were super cute so I bought them. Just an fyi..one has a little crown on the side and I'm in love with it and realistically haters gonna hate(felt gangsta saying that) and now they can hate while I'm rocking a tiara. For dinner ...


A travel blog entry by stephschlittler on May 21, 2013

10 photos

... thinly sliced beef, pork and rice noodles as well as all kinds of veggies into the boiling abyss. No w mind you, before we started they gave us all red aprons to wear. Knowing myself and the ability to slop down the front of me, I chose to wear one. Marlin however, said he strategically wore his black shirt to camouflage the "spillage". I can say that the mission was successful and I did not have to get the tide stick out. We ate for 3 hours. It was slow and in the mean time ...

Struggling in Shanghai

A travel blog entry by thirdworldtour on Oct 10, 2012

1 comment

... I s******ed at his enterprise. You had to admire it. Malcolm told me he'd gone along with one of these blokes once, against his better judgement and at the insistence of his partner and his daughter. He was led down back alleys and underground to a place reminiscent of the bat cave. A wall opened and he was relieved to find the place busy with customers but he found it difficult to leave when they couldn't find anything that appealed. He thought they were even ...