Reader Feedback on My Shanghai Adventure

Altogether I spent three nights in Shanghai, followed by another two at a suburban resort about one hour’s drive out of the city.

Before I continue with my adventures, however, I would like to share with you some of the comments I have been receiving from readers. They come from Shanghai itself, Hong Kong, and the United States.

I would love to hear your comments on Shanghai. Names will only be published with your permission. 

 The hotel Jazz Bar looks like the perfect setting for listening to Jazz. I cannot imagine any other kind of music being played in that room.

I definitely want to put this hotel on my must see list for Shanghai! Great update! Please keep them coming!

E. in Kapa’a, Hawai’i, via comments box

Accidental Travel Writer responds:

Yes, it’s definitely worth a visit. The Bund it lined with fascinating spots to explore

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I’m enjoying the posts on the Peace Hotel.  I remember going there, but didn’t know much about the history of it. 

And, now I finally know how to pronounce Bund.  I thought it was German.

Suellen Zima of Laguna Woods, California, via email. Suellen publishes a blog called Follow the Senior Hummingbird, in which she wanders, wonders, and writes. She is also author of the award-winning autobiography, Memoirs of a Middle-aged Hummingbird. We met when we were both teaching English in Macau.

Accidental Travel Writer responds:

Yes, I’ve stumbled over the pronunciation of “the Bund” for years. Now we both know how to pronounce it – and what it means!.

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Nice blog. I’m really glad you enjoyed the Theo Crocker quartet. Like you, I’m really not into jazz, but thought those guys were great, especially the drummer.

Best,

H. in Hong Kong via email.

Accidental Travel Writer responds:

My favourite was the guy on the trumpet. I loved the way he would stand up when someone else was playing, wait for that one perfect moment, play two or four notes, and then sit back down again. Too cool for words!

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Your blog is great!

Thank you for the wonderful posts on Shanghai.

H. in Shanghai via email

Accidental Travel Writer responds:

Glad you are enjoying them. More are on the way.

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Thanks for the information on Shanghai. I will keep it since we will be there later this month.

S. in Honolulu, Hawai’i via email

Accidental Travel Writer responds:

Keep reading! The restaurant in the yet to open Swatch Art Peace Hotel is offering a very good value set lunch, which you should definitely check out while you are in Shanghai. I’ll do a post on it before your trip with more details.

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The articles on Shanghai just look great. I look forward to the one on the Roosevelt from you.

Best regards!

S. in Shanghai via email

Accidental Travel Writer responds:

Thanks, S.! My hats off to your very enthusiastic staff. I really appreciate being taken on a tour of the Roosevelt. I’ll do a post on it, hopefully next week.

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Thanks for the interesting writeup on the Peace Hotel.

G. in Hong Kong via email

Accidental Travel Writer responds:

My pleasure, G.

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Copyright: Michael Taylor Pictured: Jazz Club at the Fairmont Peace Hotel in Shanghai Photo Credit: Fairmont Hotels and Resorts

 

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