Nanjing Jinling Conference Center (International Expo Center Hotel)
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... uni appeared and he joined us for lunch at the canteen beside our hotel. At this one you can pay in cash whereas at the others we tried you have to use your student cash card which we don't quite know how to top up yet. We had some time back at the hotel chatting before we went to meet up with Henry and the other Chinese students. They took us to another canteen to learn how to make Zhongs which are sticky rice with dates in a parcel made of banana leaves. ...
... was vast and picturesque except for the dead fish floating here and there, it didn't entice us in for a swim... The wall was very big, in fact the longest city wall in the world at originally 33km and now 22km remain. As we walked along we got a good view of the lake and the dragon boats; tomorrow is the last day of the 3 day dragon boat festival in China. As we walked the Olympic Rings came into view as Nanjing hosted the 2014 Youth Olympic Games. These looked great from far away ...
... sum of 25p complete with Avril Lavigne on the side! We met a young girl in the street who practiced her English on us, "Hello! You are very beautiful." So we thanked her in our best Mandarin (thank you is all we can say!) and smiled at the English lessons they must get. We have tried to use the phrase book with limited success, sometimes it helps and other times people then start speaking in rapid Chinese or just displaying extremely confused faces. The journey to the airport ...
... area with wide tree-lined
boulevards and colonial architecture with a bungalow which would not
look out of place on Hollybank! It turned out to be the house and
headquarters of Zhou Enlai who was the first premier of the People's
Republic of China. I still find it utterly fascinating that this was
(and is) a Communist country when there was (and is) so much oppulence
and wealth (now very much a huge divide between the fabulously ...
... the photo of the map, the venue is large, but as it was such a hot day and everyone was melting, we only walked around half of it.
Our next stop was the Jiangning Imperial Silk Manufacturing Museum in town. I’d read that there was a Hans Christian Anderson’s costume exhibit on, and was keen to see it. This museum was very modern and impressive (and not yet seen by Caroline!). The grounds were beautiful as were the silks on display (clothes ...