Jinling Hotel Nanjing
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
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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!
Steve and Yan came round to our apartment where Yan very kindly sorted out our internet for us. We then went up to the fabric market, Bububu, to collect some trousers I had had made, and some trousers Will had had taken up.
We took Steve and Yan to the Mendong area of Nanjing, which we love. This is the ...
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... 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 ...
... who I am teaching listening comprehension in readyness for them to sit their CET band 6 exam on 22 December. This exam is of critical importance within the Chinese University system and they must pass in order to receive their degree (irrespective of what their major is). HELLO.....as I only see them once a week I have 6 classes in which to get them exam ready!!!! Talk about the impossible dream..... Then I have a group of Y5 undergraduate students. Well I have ...