Crowne Plaza Nanjing Hotel & Suites
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCrowne Plaza Nanjing Hotel & Suites
Great hotel, good location. Just arrived so had a quick look around to get our bearings.
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The travel part of the journey was long but all did well to make it as enjoyable as possible.
The little jaunt to Detroit was very picturesque as we followed the shoreline of the great lakes and saw many key landmarks - Niagara Escarpment, Point Pelee etc. Once we arrived in Detroit we quickly settled in to the internet café to watch the …
... It's a nice walk through a leafy area with sports courts and shops around. We arrived to a basic looking building considering how advanced the uni is however it was cooling to have the classroom doors open into the courtyard. The surrounding buildings were similarly plain. The class was interesting, we had an introduction to China and the university. We then had a 45 minute break during which Aimee, Rosa and I sat outside on the steps enjoying the warmth and ...
This morning we had a relaxed morning with no particular plans for the day. This was a good thing as Rosa had been awake in the night and I had been disturbed by an American girl who was skyping in the corridor right outside our open window! The boys messaged to suggest all meeting for breakfast at 10.30 but we decided to sleep longer and said we could catch them up later. They then messaged to say they would be heading to an attraction at about 11.30 so we agreed to join them then ...
I woke up this morning feeling refreshed. I could not remember any dreams and must have slept very solidly. After an excellent waterfall shower, Rosa and I headed up for our breakfast buffet. I started with some cereal and warm bean milk and then moved on to delicious noodles, a fried egg and some toast. The bread is the same slightly sweet stuff that Ally and I lived off in South East Asia and it felt good to be back. By the end of breakfast though both of us were ready for a ...
... session. The Centre Principals run their centres on their
own without deputies or a team of senior management as they would have
in the UK, and the model is very unusual as they are situated in the
host Chinese School which is run by the Chinese Principal and his
Deputies. The Chinese host school is very much in control and can be
very frustrating for our CPs as they do not issue yearly calendars as we
have in the UK, but ...