Junrui Hotel

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

Nanshi, Shanghai (Old Town).

A travel blog entry by lkglover on Aug 29, 2014

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... it was Westernised. Nanshi has lots of shops, markets and good food, so I slopes around the more traditional stalls which sold cool paintings, kites and ornaments. I walked back to Nanjing a Road from here via the south side so I got a really good view of the financial towers: I could see the top of them whereas yesterday the smog made them invisible! I went back to the snack street near the hostel and had some Japanese tako yaki. I didn't know what it was, I was really enjoying ...

Shanghai Madness

A travel blog entry by lost-but-found on Oct 06, 2013

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... I think we should return the favour and teach them the beauty of a good queue if you need to get something in a busy Chinese transport hub get your elbows sharpened, be patient but most of all perseverance.
So I eventually managed to get a ticket out of Shanghai but it was going to be on a bus. I've done the Scotland - London route so many time surely it cant be that bad.....

Lesson 2) Never assume.

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Pez activities

A travel blog entry by tracy-andy-pez on May 07, 2013

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... races for us and a actual competition going on at the venue at the same time it was fun trying to keep everyone happy. Thankfully there was a bar and who says you can't drink and race?????

By the time w had completed our 4 races it was around 10pm and having logged everyone's best lap time I set up 2 races for the best 12. As it turned out it was 6 boy in the top 6 and 6 girls in the bottom 6 so it was easy just to setup a boys race and a girls race. ...

Artist farmers and Shanghai lights

A travel blog entry by silencespeaker on Apr 28, 2013

... like all the other cities we've seen. Instead the city is divided into East and West swaddling the Huangpu river, a branch of the Yangtze. The airport we flew into, Pudong, literally translating to East of the River.
For such a large city, the streets are wide and there's a feeling of openness. Buildings of different shapes and sizes. Sky scrapers separated by shorter buildings. None of the craziness or denseness of Datong or Taiyuan. Shanghai feels young, open, fresh. ...

Survival of Training and a Chinese Holiday!!!!!

A travel blog entry by kritgunn on Oct 10, 2012

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... Most people were standing in this area but every 20 feet or so there would be some people sitting on a blanket. There were several different 30-45 minute acts. The would play popular rap and pop and country hits between acts with a KTV singer (karaoke). The were pyrotechnics and the Chinese would get riled up and chant and jump around, then the act would come out and everyone would cheer and sing and almost immediately everyone was just standing and ...