Jinling Mansion

Address: No.48 Hanzhongmen Street, Nanjing, Jiangsu, 210029, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Hexi Binjiang Development Zone area of 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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... got our own brush, ink, ink bowl and desk pad and then we could take them away which was really kind. I found it harder than expected to control how much ink was spreading on the page but the teacher said I was good so I was proud! We went for lunch altogether which was tasty but extremely large for me and I had to sit for a while until I could move! Then we met with our Chinese friends and headed to the ...

"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

... and pots and arrow heads section, however the pots were really beautiful and intricate. Then there was an interesting digital section with touch screen TVs and finally a street set up like China in the 1950s with little shops and old cars. It was very quaint and in such contrast to the China we can see today. As the museum was shutting we walked on to a funny little place which to me seemed like a graveyard without headstones, I'm not really sure what ...

Where's Dad?

A travel blog entry by becwilliamson3 on May 29, 2015

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Steve has been gone for 2 weeks now, but we are all doing ok. Time flies as I have plenty to keep myself occupied.

Monday I helped out at school with swimming lessons and Oliver rehearsals. I finally handed over my clothes washing to Miss Xu. I demonstrated how to separate the colors, but might have some difficulties with differentiating what goes in the dryer. Miss Xu has been washing the dishes by running them under water and ...

Treasure Shipyard and Silk Museum

A travel blog entry by becwilliamson3 on May 24, 2015

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Today we had another day of exploring with the Shephards. After Lochie's footy (soccer) practice and lunch, we picked up Caroline, Lucas and Oliver and headed to Zheng He’s Treasure Shipyard. A Chinese treasure ship was a type of large wooden ship in the fleet of admiral Zheng He, who led 7 voyages during the early 15th century. Through the grounds we explored gardens, statues, waterways, a replica ship (HUGE!) and a working temple. As you can ...