Junrui Hotel

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

The Bund, Blue Frog Bar and Bottle Opener Building

A travel blog entry by explorewithemma on Mar 12, 2015

1 comment, 6 photos

... are the same as if you are coming in to land on a plane and you are flying over the city. The clear, see-through walkway sections provide added amusement just to see if you have the guts to walk across them and peer at the tiny cars whizzing past below. The lights on every building have also been very carefully created. Some have beams of light heading into space, others have glittery lights twinkling like fireworks or lights running up and down the buildings. It's a competition ...

Day One: Shangahi

A travel blog entry by kari_middendorf on Jun 06, 2014

... Oh no, make it stop," was all I could think. I don't know what that child's parents did, but it only lasted about five minutes & it was back to peace & quiet again. (Thank goodness!!) Because I was nodding on & off the flight flew by. (How do you like that pun, Devin?) The last three hours were the worst because we were so close, but still had a lot of waiting to do. Thankfully I had games on my iPad, a book, & music to occupy myself, as well as ...

En Route

A travel blog entry by sheilacruise on Mar 01, 2014

9 photos

... Went for my early walk which was very nice, the temperature is about 65f this morning (7.30) very pleasant for walking. Had breakfast with another very nice group of people. Called in at the photo shop, chatted for a while. On to Shuffle Board, neither of us got to the final. I was doing better than Paul and had gone through to the third round when all of a sudden the photographers were on deck snapping away. My excuse was they put me off, Lord knows what we all look like to ...

Walking Shanghai

A travel blog entry by jonlaws on Jun 28, 2013

2 photos

... how exhausted everyone looked having just been through the same trip a day earlier. The majority of the people in our group with much older than Ying and me, probably in their 50s and 60s with the exception of a couple of adolescents, a college-aged girl, and a few others closer to our age. After sharing several dishes of familiar Chinese food on a lazy Susan with the rest of our table, we boarded the bus, headed back to the hotel, and our first full day in China was ...

Ayis, Guards, & Sidewalk Sweepers

A travel blog entry by rbaneck on Dec 11, 2012

1 photo

... noisy, bright, polluted, overpopulated, dirty, stinky, etc. But one thing it is not is cluttered with leaves. Why you may ask? Well because there are people that stand in the streets and on the sidewalks every morning sweeping up these leaves. You would think that for such a huge city they would have a more grand plan to clear the streets of leaves. But no. They use these twig-branch-brooms to literally sweep up all of the leaves that have fallen. ...