Junrui Hotel

No.388 Hongqiao Road, Changning District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200335, China | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Shanghai

Day 2 Partners Tour

A travel blog entry by damodif


... the largest and most prestigious of its time. It suffered damage over the years due to the opium war and then by the Japanese during WWII, but was rebuilt by the Shanghai government in 1956 and took 5 years to complete. It is now declared as a national monument.
Outside the walls of the garden is a busy hub of activity with market stalls, tea rooms and restaurants. Such a great place to take photos of people, the buildings, stone bridges and of ...

And the journey must go on...

A travel blog entry by laurenflower19


... all business class, I'd given up by this point I just wanted to get to Xuzhou so I purchased the ticket. I waited about an hour for the train, went through the ticket check gate and hauled both of my suitcases onto the train. Little did I know, business class was a small lounge... With four old business men in suits and then me. Sweaty, tired, grumpy me. One of the business men almost broke his back lifting my suitcase (29kg) over the back of the seat, a very kind deed ...

March showers will bring... more pollution?

A travel blog entry by lzarras


... a true "wet market", which is an open market with many vendors selling fresh fruit, meat, seafood and other eats of sorts. There was a tree growing through the floor and roof, and my favorite sight was the black ink squid. It was just a few white squids in a Styrofoam box, but they were covered in jet black ink. Pretty cool looking, and I tried to snap a photo but the merchant gave me the stink eye.

Sunday we went to the Shanghai Brewery ...


A travel blog entry by vwuertz


... Andrea a bread stick and she manages to get it down. Needless to say, this wasabi is off limits. Tim joins us and just as we tell him the wasabi will burn his eyeballs, he takes a walloping good sample. Another coronary in the making as he throws down his utensils, grabs some bread and yogurt, and wipes his eyes. Yeah, no more wasabi for us! We finish up and head to the bus. Today, we're off to the Lingyin Temple, "a 1600 year old Buddhist ...

Government Visit!

A travel blog entry by meanderingmand


... I have the bill. I had the class read both
parts altogether, checking their pronunciation and making sure they understood,
then I had one team read the waiter and the other team read the customer (I
always split each class into two teams at the start of every lesson, as much
for behaviour control as for anything else; they can win points for correct
answers and doing well in games, and they lose points for not paying attention
and ...

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