Grand Hotel Nanjing
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Had a lovely day. Brunch at the Blue Frog and then went to Confucius Temple and wandered around. Bought 3 hats in the hat shop! Then went back to Blue Frog for supper and some more photos! Lovely weather, lovely day, lots of fun!
... which has been built in the style of an old hutong. We visited the Motu burger restaurant, owned by our New Zealand friend, Paul, and his wife. Had a lovely chicken satay burger, New Zealand ice-cream and real Sauvignon Blanc! We had a lovely wander around the area, doing some shopping in the little craft shops.
I said my goodbyes to the Tianjin lot in Pingyao and headed to the slightly warmer climes of Nanjing for a couple of days on my own before meeting Ellie and George in Shanghai. Nanjing mostly consisted of me walking around parks while cute old people tried to chat to me and laughed at my attempt at Chinese. I also stopped in at the Nanjing Massacre Memorial and Zhong Shan's/ Dr Sun ...
... importantly, we don't have income. Our own life still depends on our fut coins parents, so we shouldn't waste their money. In a word, fashion is a time-wasting and money-wasting thing; it is not wise for us to follow it. What's more, following fashions can be a kind of cruel action because it is at the cost of the animal's life. Fashion is often leading by the pop stars and celebrities. Every time we see them, we are often surprised at the creative design of their ...
Last weekend my program took us to Nanjing, the old southern capital of China. We took an overnight train on Thursday and arrived mid Friday morning. We all boarded a bus to go eat lunch and our tour guide starting talking, so I listened attentively to test my listening skills. Instead of telling us about Nanjing's history or interesting places we should visit during our stay, she told us about the restaurant we were going to eat lunch at. Her speech went something like this: ...