Grand Hotel Nanjing

Address: No.208 Guangzhou Road, Gulou District, Nanjing, Jiangsu, 210024, China | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on No.208 Guangzhou Road, Gulou District, Nanjing, is near National Taiwan Democracy Memorial Hall, The Tomb of Emperor Hong Wu, Purple Mountain (Zijin Shan), and Línggu Sì.
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    Travel Blogs from Nanjing

    Sun Yat Sen Mausoleum

    A travel blog entry by alcatrav on Jul 01, 2015

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    ... Sen Mausoleum on purple mountain. Sun Yat Sen was the first governor of Nanjing?? and is considered a great man. His mausoleum is up a long flight of stairs which from the bottom is meant to look like a continuous flight and from the top is meant to look like only flat platforms. I don't know if I'm just the wrong height for this illusion to work but I'm afraid I could not see it. It was very hot and ...

    "Leave your shoes at the door!"

    A travel blog entry by alcatrav on Jun 26, 2015

    This morning we began with Tai Chi which I am very much enjoying as a way to start the day. The stretching and movements are good and it's a lot of fun learning something new, it give you a great sense of achievement for the rest of the day! Next was more Chinese language in which we learnt about food and so Lucy had brought a BBC documentary where a British lady and an American guy, both of Chinese origin, travel around China to taste ...

    Chow Mein, Mein Chow?

    A travel blog entry by alcatrav on Jun 25, 2015

    Today we had our first culture class which was also the last class of the American students. It was very interesting as the guy had spent some time living in the U.S. so he said he was for democracy but that he thinks things are improving in China. We asked about the one child policy and he spoke openly about the effect it has had on society and the traditional family structure. He seemed very open to discussions and did not hold back his personal opinions ...

    Presidential Palace

    A travel blog entry by alcatrav on Jun 24, 2015

    ... doing any which honestly sent us all to sleep. I was very disappointed because I was really excited to try the brushes but he was very apologetic. We went for lunch at a new canteen which was great and I chose some things and then they were made into a tasty noodle soup. Over lunch we made plans for the afternoon as we have no classes. We headed to the Presidential Palace which covered a vast area with buildings and lakes but sadly was lacking in much English signage. It ...

    Where's Dad?

    A travel blog entry by becwilliamson3 on May 29, 2015

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    ... exhibition centre in Nanjing. I had grand plans of collecting brochures from exotic locations to holiday. How stupid was I? All the brochures were in Chinese of course, even ones from English speaking countries. That was a waste of time, however Emma and I enjoyed a nice lunch at the Blue Marlin (in the pouring rain), before heading home. Tonight Caroline (who is also husbandless) brought her boys over for homemade pizza and movies. Good ...