Junrui Hotel

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

A day in Shanghai ~ French Quarter and Dumplings!

A travel blog entry by vacationista on Nov 08, 2013

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... some fragrant tea for his grandmother. If you are in the market for custom-made Chinese items, this is also the city to get them. You can find authentic mah-jong games, tea sets, decorative chopsticks, kimonos, and, what I wanted most - custom-made Chinese dresses.

At the orientation meeting Ricky told me the best place for me to get a custom-made brocade dress for the best quality and price was in Shanghai. He took me to a tailor shop that specialized ...

The Slow boat to China sadly comes to an End

A travel blog entry by ontoor on Apr 10, 2013

1 comment, 34 photos

... bus around the volcano. After the initial shock of trying to get 80 people on to 2 small buses busting at the seams we made our first stop nobody but nobody were game to leave the bus and it obviously became clear to the drivers there was going to be a problem. Not to worry they put their heads together and all stops from then on right back to the ferry ranged from 3 to 8 minutes allowing all to take photos, stretch legs etc a fascinating trip after all. ...

Afternoon in Shanghai

A travel blog entry by kswingle on Apr 07, 2013

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... went over to the Shanghai Museum and toured all four floors of Chinese paintings, ceramics, sculptures, ancient currency and much, much more.

Tomorrow, we’ll spend the day seeing more of the city to include a walk along the Bund and a trip to the top of the Shanghai Financial Center for a bird’s eye view of the city. Looking forward to ...

Pushing our way from Guilin to Shanghai

A travel blog entry by josephandjoel on Oct 05, 2012

1 comment, 17 photos

... through to get to the waterfront area called The Bund. We made it halfway before taking a breather at a bar that at least had a fence to separate us from the rabble. It was actually kinda fun to sit and people watch for a while. But we quickly realised we were also being watched. It had happened a bit in China, mostly in really touristy areas, a random person would try and take a sneaky photo of the weird looking westerners. None more so in Shanghai ...

A good day.

A travel blog entry by rconduns on Mar 22, 2012

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... streets can be readily observed in secret. I wonder why?All the better to see the advancing enemy perhaps.
The last time we we here in 2010, The Bund- which is a kind of promenade along the Huangpu River in the Puxi district,was under resconstruction and many new roadworks were in progress. Getting around this area was very difficult. Not now. Except for motorists who don't seem to take much notice of pedestrian crossings the whole area is very nice.It is possible to ...