City Convenience Inn Nanning Railway Station
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCity Convenience Inn Nanning Railway Station
Clean room, a bit cold and shower not great but nice view and close to train station
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... it was probably was just the nervous energy .
We went to the office of Civil Affairs with two other families. It was kind of a blur, but Emmett bounced in and was taken into the play room. He was then brought into the meeting room to meet his brother, grandparents, and parents! It was quite a relief for all of us that this moment had come, and our health finally returned to normal
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... Chinese food while Miriam had a chicken wrap. She also ordered an extra coca cola for Des but that was easier said then done, the cashier couldn't understand what she meant. With a lot of hand signals and yes and no's later, we got it sorted! At some point a lady walked in to the restaurant with what we thought were pyjamas on (see for yourself in the pictures) which once again made Miriam and Clíona giggle, we're such girls! Hahaha. One of the girls that worked in the ...
... to Guangzhou began in 2008 and now, in 2015 is already done with bullet trains that cut travel time between the two cities from 13 hrs to 3 hrs! The trains run up to 208km/h! It was pretty amazing to take this train remembering that just few years ago, the same journey will take more than half of the day! I am not surprised that Chinese companies are building high-speed rail networks in Turkey and Venezuela.
In the rainy evening, I walked ...
One of the skills required when travelling is the ability to trust non English speaking guides or travel reps who take your money and give you a flimsy receipt for a place name you can't read, whilst at the same time not getting fleeced by the plethora of dishonest bandits after your cash.
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