Hanting Express (Nanjing Beijing East Road)
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... are four "oven cities". Nanjing being one of them. At the rail station, yellow cabs thin the growing crowd. My hotel is in the old tourist section of Nanjing, the Orange Hotel. It accepts foreigners! The regular Home Inn, only blocks away does not.
If you are coming here, make sure to enquire if the hotel is foreigner-friendly! It can be a huge headache to get there, hot, tired, glasses fogged with humidity, only to be turned away.
The old tourist area was ...
... the 2014 youth Olympics (which I didn't know was a thing). I went to a Buddhist temple near the old Ming walls, the walked on the wall to the park entrance. I then visited the tomb of the first Ming emperor (the only one not buried In Beijing) and the tomb of Sun Yat-Sen--acknowledged by both Nationalists and Communists as the father of republican China. Regretfully I didn't have time to see the recommended memorial museum of the Nanjing Massacre. Leave that for next ...
... much to munch on, it’s no wonder the city claimed reign over the nation more than once.
Enlighten yourself and contemplate the context of hostile feelings towards Japan the Chinese hold; perspective plays an important role in the writing of history. Juxtapose what you learn to the many atrocities China has endured and leave with many ...
... fitting by a certified clubmaker. You'll receive more out of your game whether you are purchasing the most expensive group of brand name clubs or a group of discount golf equipment. He can also probably enable you to get into an excellent set of tailor made clubs combined with the fitting for approximately the price of just buying a brand set without the club fitting. I also recommend reading Tom Wishon's excellent book "The Look for the Perfect Golf ...
... students helped me find the bus to the bus station.
I was two hours early. Sigh. Better than too late I guess.
I got my favourite bus with the beds in it! And I slept all the way home after chowing down on some pork steam buns.
PS I ripped my favourite traveling shirt :( Yep, the plaid Old Navy one, I wear almost every single weekend. So, I guess you won't have to look at me in puffy sleeves again.