My Post House Inn

Address: No.255 Humin Road, Minhang District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200240, China | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Shanghai

Day Three

A travel blog entry by hawkness on Jun 17, 2013

... it was obligatory, I made it around the block and came straight back ready to take another shower! Showers are also a nuisance as I have to wait for my roommates to be awake so I can sit on my bed and blow dry my hair in front of my computer! I think I am going to go drastic today and shave off my ...

December 2012

A travel blog entry by ashleyinshangai on Dec 20, 2012

34 photos

I suppose it's time for a new entry. It feels like not much has happened lately. My life feels a little boring because it is basically the same every week. Go to school, come home and eat dinner, work on school stuff, watch a little tv or read and then go to bed. Repeat until Friday. And weekends are for resting, grocery shopping, more school stuff. Not a bad life, but not too terribly exciting. I guess that is a good sign that I am feeling more and ...

Yuyuan Garden

A travel blog entry by sirscottric on Oct 22, 2012

20 photos

... I were standing in the street. Being the awesomely heroic boyfriend I am, I told Al and Caitlyn I couldn't let Lindsey go in by herself and ran down the dark alley to catch up. Once inside, It was quite a small room with bags, purses, wallets, and belts all over the walls and on small tables. Then a gentleman slide one of the shelves aside to reveal a secret room with tons of watches. All the items were name brands like Gucci, Coach, Rolex, etc. Presumably, they're all fakes. I'm ...

Paying homage to Ba Ba

A travel blog entry by kwagssd3 on Apr 14, 2012

2 comments, 4 photos

... the world grinned with him. Like Roy, he was a giddy child at heart, and a minor trip to the hospital would not perverse his outlook.

“Ni hao, ni hen hao kan.” I told Roy’s dad he looked good. An IV drip hung from his right arm, and Roy’s second mom was close by his side. I showed dad Luo Hua pictures of where Roy and I would be going in addition to explaining to him in broken Chinese that Roy was in good hands. He chuckled ...

Never ever trust a puddle

A travel blog entry by kateinshanghai on Jul 17, 2011

... They physically get in the cubicles with each other. And given I personally would spend the least amount of time known to man in those places I"m not sure they're going just to natter! But at least the girls know each other, there have been cases of women following you into the cubicle. Like I'm going to choose company in a small 2 ft by 2 ft space. Patience is a virtue I thought the Chinese had in spades but not it seems when it comes to queuing for ...