Jinjiang Inn (Shanghai Luwan Liyuan)
Photos of Jinjiang Inn (Shanghai Luwan Liyuan)
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Jinjiang Inn (Shanghai Luwan Liyuan)
Travel Blogs from Shanghai
... beautiful city in China. I have had several people tell me they love Hangzhou when I explain where I’ll be living. Mark says that everything moves slower there, and that it is very clean and green. Someone on the plane told me that it is VERY famous for its green tea. I am very excited!
The nine new Disney Foreign Trainer Recruits met in the hotel restaurant at 9:30. We are a very diverse group. I am SUPER excited too, because we all seem to mesh really well. ...
... quite fierce and intimidating especially compared to the Bhuddist temple.
Gayle took us to a narrow street packed with food vendors to see what was on offer - squid on skewers, lots of fried tofu, crabs, various parts of pigs anatomy and so on. One guy came towards us holding up a dead rat. I thought he was offering us a local delicacy but he walked past and put it in a rubbish bin. Whew!
Later we went to Yuyuang Gardens , ...
... Square (biggest transit station) to the Bund (the place with the skyscrapers I talked about the other day). Both sides of the promenade are covered in giant big screen displays (think Time Square in New York or Picadilly Circus in London). Beneath the ads are all the same stores, H&M, Apple, Hugo ...
... took the opportunity to whack on the iPod and have a bit of a nap....textbook! Shanghai Airlines were pretty good I have to say, we got a tasty lunch...shame about the turbulence though, it was pretty bad but we made it in one piece! We arrived later than planned cos the flight was a bit late leaving but we met our bus driver who took us directly to our hotel. And that's when we had our Shanghai ...
... floor of the Shanghai World Finance Center.
It's very easy to get around Shanghai on a great subway system of ten extensive lines. We stayed right across from a station and could travel to both airports and the main railway station very simply. The ticket vending machines have an English translation button boosting accessibility by foreigners. In fact English translation accompanies the Chinese on nearly all signs in public places and major roads.