Jinjiang Inn Shanghai New International Expo Center

Address: No.37 Fanghua Road, Pudong New District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 201204, China | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located in the New Int'l Expo Center area of Shanghai, is near Shanghai Museum (Shanghai Bowuguan), Mount Kailash, Banyan Tree Spa, and Shanghai Centre Village.
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Travel Blogs from Shanghai

Soaking in Xi'an & familiar faces in Shanghai

A travel blog entry by littlebush on Sep 17, 2014

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... vodka flowed and it turned out to be a great night despite the foggy head the next morning. You hear some people say that Shanghai isn't the real China but as my friend from Shanghai put it- Beijing and other parts of China are the ancient history, Shanghai is the modern history. For Shanghai IS China, it's the new modern day China. Wealth and mass consumerism. It has a much more western feel about it and can sometimes feel more like Manhatten than Beijing. Opened up ...


A travel blog entry by sammy_moore on Jun 03, 2014

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... us both drinks and then asked us if we wanted any food etc., but we had to say no at some point. I can only assume he had a lot of money and knew how it felt to be a traveller on a budget. It was nearing 21.30 so we made our way to where our friend Lei was staying. The next day we moved to a hostel a few metro stops away and settled in quickly. I met Tomas, a Polish guy and an arrogant French/Chinese guy who was very rude to Lei and threw ...

Ah, so `massage` does mean `sex`

A travel blog entry by benandmartin on Feb 09, 2014

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... floors, a set of comfortable slippers for each passenger, soft beds without curry stains and four-person heated cabins. The only negative is the smell of stale smoke but that's still infinitely better than the frequent whiffs of dry urine on Indian trains. All aboard and Shanghai bound, we are greeted by a gentleman who chuckled at us the entire journey for having a desire to learn Chinese and mahjong. Both, he said, are "impossible. You can never do ...

Let the Indoctrination Begin!

A travel blog entry by kyelito on Jul 01, 2013


... doing the lecture taught Chinese for a year in Washington State in 2002. It was in the same town where Tara, one of my travel mates, lives! it was "yuan fen" or "fate, lucky to meet you!"... yea my Chinese is still horrid.

High school is not mandatory in China. You only need to complete to grade 9, which is the end of middle school. After grade 9, students take an entrance exam which places them into high schools. ...

Here Comes Santa Claus....

A travel blog entry by lzarras on Dec 22, 2012

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... to him because I know Mandarin! Hahahaha, it was funny. Until I actually tried talking to him, and then he wrote in characters what he was trying to say (asking, will you be home tomorrow?) and then just ended up leaving because it was a lost cause. But I just thought it was funny that I convinced a native speaker that I could speak a little for a while.

On Saturday, Scott, Heathy, Al and I went to the Pearl City fake market near Hong Mei, the foreigner ...