Yangyang Vivasha Resort Hotel
How has this resort rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Yangyang Vivasha Resort Hotel Shanghai
Travel Blogs from Shanghai
... open on campus, it was time for Molly, Juliet and I to head to the station and begin our journey to Hong Kong. Despite the fact that when we'd booked our flights only our names had been required the journey began without too much trouble – once we’d found the right ticket booth at Ningbo Station we picked up our train tickets and the first leg of the journey began. I’d apparently undergone a slight name change, but not something the Chinese noticed… I had ...
Woke up to very heavy rain outside :( But this morning the utmost exciting thing happened!! Just when we thought breakfast couldn't get any better, we were surprised to find that today's breakfast was actually different to yesterday's!!! #spoiledforchoice #Howieyouhavedoneitagain #justahashtag Since breakfast was so lovely and outside was so not, we decided to maximise ...
... you hear a slight whoosh (as if that's any real noise in a city full of honking) but mostly you don't. Likewise with the bicycles you can sometimes hear the squeaking of brakes/old chains and the occasional bike bell but normally you don't.
It's not unusual to see bikes like the photos doing the rounds - old bikes overloaded with household or shop items: on one an old style huge TV - AND a washing machine(!) plus assorted items or on another 10 water ...
... bright, symbolizing rebirth, resurrection and cleansing. Lotus flower has been associated with the human soul, gods and goddesses and featured in stories and legends. The lotus flower meaning ranges from divine purity and enlightenment, as in Buddhism, wealth, as in Hinduism, to rebirth, as in the ancient Egyptian religion. There were rows and rows of lotus flower throughout the garden! It was a ...
Our lesson was vocabulary to do with a Christmas theme. So
we wrote words like “Christmas tree”, “candy cane”, and “presents” on the board
and they had to rewrite it and recite it three times. Apparently this is how
they always learn English but it’s so different from how they teach language
classes in Canada. It felt old-fashioned and repetitive but I suppose it’s
quite hard ...