Home Inn (Shanghai Zhenbei)

Address: No.1941 Zhenbei Road, Putuo District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200333, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Shanghai


A travel blog entry by tayrocfam on Aug 24, 2014

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... Clothes Because of the humidity the lighter ones clothes are the better. I have discovered that the light cargo pants are the best as they have little zip pockets to carry tissues in for the toilets. The toilets generally do not have toilet paper, and usually you do not take your bag in, and you invariably forget to take the tissues with you, so to have them on your person is a good thing. We wear sand shoes everyday to try to avoid the dampness and slippery ...

Rainy Shanghai means shelter in the Museum

A travel blog entry by mlhampton on Feb 25, 2014

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... out fingers down it is a sign of fulfilling vows and granting favours. Feeling pretty wiped out I headed to the Yunnan road to finally get some food. I stopped in a small restaurant that seemed to have English on its menu and chose some beef and rice, that was DELISH. I then headed to the train station to go back. On the journey back I stopped at Yang's dumplings (couldnt resist) and the fruit market again for bananas and oranges. Then it was a chill with a few beers in the ...

Our first Chinese Holiday - Shanghai

A travel blog entry by outofengland on Apr 29, 2013

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... journey we wanted to take, surprised that there was no option for day passes, only single journeys. 3 Yuan came up as the total. A mere 30p to travel on the Shanghai metro. A few weeks earlier we had used the London Underground to get from St Pancras to Heathrow, admittedly a long journey, the price was £5.50 each. A similar length journey on the metro cost us only 40p. Shanghai was already proving to be cheap by Western standards. Shanghai is ...

How it all began..

A travel blog entry by ztadams on Jan 07, 2013

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... something about it being a secure international area or something.. Problem was now my relatives were waiting for me outside security! So I talked with the TSA agent and my only option was to clear Canadian customs. Well, so thats what i did! what a great start to the day! After that I met up with them and had a great breakfast, Thanks Rosy!! I then proceded to clear security and grab a Tim Hortan's coffee ...

Shanghai Girls :-)

A travel blog entry by andi.in.china on Aug 13, 2012

4 comments, 29 photos

... world, and you visit so many religious sights of so many religions, but this visit was extra special and meaningful on such a personal level. I felt proud to be a Jew and so incredibly grateful for the generosity of this city who did not turn away from helping out. There were some wonderful books in the bookstore that I looked at, too. What stories people have…all of us. It started a great conversation that night at dinner (in the house where Sun ...

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