Hanting Express (Shanghai Hongqiao Airport Second)

No.181 Chengjiaqiao Road, Changning District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 201103, China | Motel
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A travel blog entry by sheilacruise


... I was happy with that. After lunch we went to a silk factory. We saw silk carpets, amazingly soft and so beautiful and colourful but oh so expensive. Then we saw how they make silk duvets this is quite a process, stretching the silk cocoon and building it up layer by layer. Apparently stitching as in quilting is not required because the silk will not slide or bunch it just clings like Velcro. I have heard real good reports about these so, yes I bought 2. Paul had a good time ...

Unexpected Overnight in Shanghai

A travel blog entry by ronduh


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Dinner was good...all of our meals will be served family style...which is great because we can taste numerous items, not just the one dish we order. There was so much food! Since our stay here wasn't planned, the meal wasn't planned ahead by our Chinese speaking director....and not one person in the restaurant spoke English! Ingrid did a great job ...

Three Days - Three Different Worlds

A travel blog entry by linda1davechina


... it's got that 'don't look, don't smile' feel, modern and cosmopolitan. I can't believe that we have only been away for five days. The variety of sights and experiences that we have had has been amazing. Wuzhen Where to start, and which words to use to describe it??? The East End, where we stayed, was quaint, and as we got in the gates early, we had the place to ourselves for the first 90 mins. We watched stall holders in the traditional crafts ...

Small victories...

A travel blog entry by shelaughs


... in and when they divert their eyes from the crazy American, I can hardly keep the laughter contained.

"I feel no shame, I'm proud of where I came from. I was born and raised in the boondocks. One thing I know, no matter where I go, I keep my heart and soul in the boondocks."

3. I am a professional starer.
So, while there are times when I elicit the staring, most days I find it not only unwelcome but downright unnerving. I get stared at a lot and ...

Last Days in China

A travel blog entry by adventuresbyamy


... we would have had time for in our busy whirlwind trip.

That evening, we went to a Cirque du Soleil type show called "Era." It was fairly similar to Cirque, but I have to give the performers a lot of credit: they had to ensure their own safety as there were no nets and very few harnesses!

Today, we had a panel with the remaining companies: China Vest, Yum! Brands, and JLJ Group. Then in the afternoon, we wandered around in the markets of Shanghai ...

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