Hanting Hi Inn Shanghai Jing'an Temple

Address: No.105 Wanghangdu Road, Jing'an District, Shanghai, Shanghai, China | Inn
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This inn, located in the 1 area of Shanghai, is near Old French Concession, Shanghai Sideways, Shanghai International Circuit (SIC), and Shanghai Grand Theater.
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Travel Blogs from Shanghai

Shanghai, China: Day One

A travel blog entry by ssmalley on Mar 25, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... I won't be racing out to get one if they ever bring them out in NZ, let me put it that way. So here I am: I have survived the first leg of my journey and my first day in China - that's a pretty good achievement I think. But given how amazingly noisy this city is, even this late at night; and the feeling of being out of my depth in terms of the language barrier (even interpreting road signs); I am feeling somewhat glad, though, that I'm only here for a flying ...

Food-- More than American Chinese Food

A travel blog entry by jenmorgan on Jul 07, 2013

3 comments, 3 photos

... which many of us still resort to pointing to and then venturing into what we selected. On occasion, we will have a sit down meal at a large round table with a huge lazy susan in the middle where food after food is placed for us to eat. Sometimes the delicacies can be a bit too exotic for me. Becoming relatively good at wielding chopsticks.

Shanghai, Zhangjiang, Suzhou

A travel blog entry by kateandjohn on Dec 31, 2012

19 photos

... br> Anne buys John and I a lunch to share as no one between Leslie and Pat or I are equipped with a cafeteria card. The oil load of the food is alarming, but we find cauliflower that is ok, and chicken-nuggetish bits to have with rice. Leslie suggests I tell the Michelle, dislike lasagne story from Victoria and I ask each of them where they wish to go to school next year. Annie is aiming at engineering - I hope she goes far. After lunch Pat suggests the students take us on a tour ...

Shanghai Day 1

A travel blog entry by paulhfischer on Aug 04, 2012

17 photos

Shanghai, China, the third largest city in the populous China is an extraordinary city, where east meets west, with its food, history and beauty. Skyscrapers stand amidst colonial relics of the past, amidst the very worst of American consumerism and culture, balanced by a still distinct Chinese flavor. At this time, the weather is oppressively hot and humid, yet the people here are a friendly, ...

From Shanghai and Huanzhou

A travel blog entry by susanne.gilmour on Apr 12, 2012

11 photos

... br> Back in my room Shu-Hwa, as the Chinese speaker called the 2 schools, Ya’nan in Shanghai and Xue Jun in Hangzhou to arrange times for us to meet with the Principals and exchange coordinators. Then we had to get some business cards for me. Shu-Hwa was horrified that I had forgotten to bring them ( in my other handbag that I don’t take when travelling) as it is unthinkable to do any kind of meeting, personal or business, ...