Jinling Hotel Nanjing
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Indoor pool
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Fantastic night at the Nanjing Poly Grand Theatre, Olympic Stadium, watching 'The King of
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J Foley after meeting our lovely new friends, Shani McNaghten and Arran
Wilson, the singers, at Blue Frog, Aqua City, Nanjing on Sunday night, especially when Elvis did a shout out for Caroline and
Will and sang 'Marie's the name of his latest flame'. Great fun!
... brunch and it was all decorated up with balloons for their 1st year anniversary. We sat outside in brilliant sunshine. We then went off exploring an area near Zhongshan Nan Lu over the other side of the river where Will had seen an Arts area advertised. It is called Finder Art District and is an art complex with studios and shops in an old ammunitions factory. It is still being developed, and ...
... to organize a stall to fundraise for the school and the Napal Earthquake fund. There were also stalls from local businesses. It was the best school fair I have ever seen. There was so much for the kids to do. I had to chase each of my kids down to make them eat lunch. Mine all got tattoos. Lochie bought a water pistol and spent the afternoon having a water fight around the school grounds. Emma enjoyed having her nails and face ...
... to the walls along the stairs and around corners to prevent marking and paint damage. They did not use any trolleys or support for lifting, but did it all themselves – even the really heavy stuff. Some items would have done serious damage if dropped, especially down stairs!
The Ayi was very keen to get boxes unpacked and was a great help in the kitchen. She unwrapped items while I stuffed them into cupboards. I ...
... without the internet. We use it to check the weather and the pollution levels, to access the newspaper and tv guide, to communicate with friends and family, to bank and pay Australian bills, to receive correspondence from school, to communicate in Chinese (translation apps), to order groceries, to book travel, to check train times and public transport routes, and to find our way (maps apps). All of this is extremely time consuming (and often ...