Tagged With "Shanghai"

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Re: Gumbo's Pic of the Day, October 28, 2014: The changing landscape of Shanghai

Travel Luver ·
Sounds like an interesting city. Do you like the old or new Shanghai better, DrY?
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More DFW China Flights for American

PHeymont ·
Seems like almost every day one airline or another is announcing increased service between the U.S. and China—and American is not sitting out the increasing competiton. They're adding non-stop daily routes between Dallas-Fort Worth and Shanghai,...
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New Princess ship to be based in Shanghai

PHeymont ·
Air travel is not the only place that rapidly-growing Chinese tourism is shaking up markets. Princess cruises, which began sailing cruises from Chinese ports last year, is so impressed with the market potential that it's announced its newest ship will...
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China offers 6 day Visa Free Transit to Shanghai

Travel Rob ·
China offering 6 day visa free transit visits to Shanghai to citizens of certain countries.
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Shanghai Disney tix soon...but prices will vary

PHeymont ·
Disney is opening a huge new Disneyland in Shanghai this summer. It will start with peak prices until after summer, when weekday discounts begin.
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Delayed Shanghai Disney to open in June

Travel Rob ·
Disney announces Shanghai Disney Resort to open in June.
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Gumbo's Pic of the Day, October 28, 2014: The changing landscape of Shanghai

Dr.Y ·
    Shanghai, once the financial and shipping center of Asia, has weathered its ups and downs over the centuries.  With the population of 24 million, it is currently the largest Chinese city by population.  In recent years,...
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NY to DC in 40 minutes by train? Maybe!

PHeymont ·
A US rail promoter is trying to get funds and approval to build a maglev (magnetic levitation) train line between NYC and DC. TNEM, the company, has already applied for permits to build on an old right-of-way between DC and Baltimore.   Magnetic...
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Best and Worst airports list for 2015

PHeymont ·
Port Harcourt, Nigeria, Paris-Beauvais, France and Laguardia in New York City top (or is it bottom?) the shame list for airports in the world, Europe and North America this year on a recent survey. At the other end of the scale, congratulations to...
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Shanghai touts its leaning tower as Pisa Rival

PHeymont ·
Shanghai wants the world to know it's not taking second place to anyone in the Leaning Tower business, and they have numbers to make their case.   Alright, they admit, the Shanghai tower, at right above, is only about 20 meters high compared with...
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4 Nights in Shanghai

Angelita Mccrory ·
If you are planning on visiting China, one place you can’t miss off your itinerary is Shanghai. Easily accessible from Hong Kong and Beijing by air, this is the jewel in modern industrial China’s crown and a mesmerising city to visit. Located on the east coast of China on the Huangpu river, Shanghai is more than just a city, it’s a metropolis! They say there are more cranes in Shanghai than any other place in the world and I can believe it. Shanghai isn’t just big, it’s enormous! Down have...
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