Baolong Homelike Hotel (Shanghai Zhongshan)

Address: No.1009 Zhongshan North Road, Zhabei District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200070, China | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located in the Railway Station North Square area of Shanghai, is near Jade Buddha Temple, Longhua Gu Si, Shanghai Silk Museum, and Pudong Development Bank (Fazhan Yinhang).
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    24.04. 2015: Où se cache "la Chine" à Shanghai?

    A travel blog entry by tchinchina on Apr 24, 2015

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    Ah, quelle joie de pouvoir être un peu à ses aises dans un train chinois, surtout en classe "硬座" (yingzuo, siège dur). J'avais d’abord cru à la farce en m’installant dans le train: serais-je arrivée une heure en avance? Mais non, la “chariotte” démarre et j’ai la banquette pour moi toute seule! Est-ce …


    A travel blog entry by palmers_travels on Mar 16, 2015

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    ... from Singapore had told us about this really nice Dim Sum place so this is why we came this way. Again the train was packed, we laughed and enjoyed our one station trip. Once off the train, we found exit 3, then once at street level, ummmm, which way now?? We asked someone where this restaurant was, level 4 in a building tucked away from view, who would have thought to put a restaurant there?? Well there was about 6 restaurants on this level, we found ...

    Under my Howie umbrella, eh

    A travel blog entry by pembrokepandas on Jul 15, 2014


    ... Should also mention that we are driving the poor concierges in this hotel absolutely mad. Every time we walk through the lobby we ask them another obscure question or request something unheard of. Everytime they see us coming they start laughing (cowering with fear as to what we might ask next). We have at least tested their grasp of the English language to the ...

    Shanghai, China: Day Two - Paris of the Orient

    A travel blog entry by ssmalley on Mar 26, 2014

    3 comments, 7 photos

    ... day, I don't think I missed out on much. I spent the rest of the afternoon browsing the galleries at the Shanghai Museum. Not quite what I expected, each gallery holds a different collection of Chinese artifacts including coins, furniture, paintings, calligraphy, jade, seals, and ceramics, among others. It dawned on me during my visit exactly why it is that ceramics are often referred to as 'China'. Even though I made my best attempt to have an ...

    Day Ten: Fallen People in a Fallen World

    A travel blog entry by charlenethomas on Jul 04, 2013

    1 comment, 27 photos

    ... necessary lunch interlude with one of Shelley's teachers, and he helped us understand some things about Chinese culture. He brought us a wonderful gift of Nanjing Green Tea--fun stuff. It was interesting to get his views on Chinese life and to learn more about the culture here.

    After lunch we continued our history tour by going to John Rabe's house. Rabe was a German man who worked in Nanjing as a Siemens leader. He was one of the few foreigners to help ...