Mingyuan Xindu Hotel
Travel Blogs from Nanning
... at rush hour look like Lydney Station. I eventually spot a couple of seats for us thankfully near a fan .....great we can cool down. It's now 13.00 but our train doesn't leave until 18.20 so just time to enjoy the metal seats this time!!! Both our bums are bruised now but hey ho! Ian really must stop saying that. We have another little train info. problem, we have a train number but the train information board says its the T8710 18.20 to Henei which ...
Today is bitter sweet. We are on our way to Beijing but that means we must say good-bye to our new friends. Allie had gotten very close to little Mickey and the hugged and Mickey was crying as she left early. We will miss the smiling face. No matter what this child had a smile on her face. She has also bonded with the other kids like they are family. Yesterday at lunch when one of the girls took food off ...
... stay here and what we liked. We all thanked them for all the behind the scenes work that went into creating a trip packed with fantastic activities. The accommodations may have been questioned but never the activities.
Some of the adults went for a foot massage so Tori and Gabby were on duty again. The kids put on puppet shows and played all kinds of games. They had a so much fun just being together.
... for the lack of a better term but it had some trees and plants in the middle and was located right in front of the airport. There were adults standing near by so we assumed that those must be the parents. The boys were having a grand old time and I looked back over only to see the one boy stand up on the edge of the fountain to jump in BUCK NAKED!!! He jumped in and I thought I was seeing things until all seven of them got ...
What looked to be an average size city in the US on the map was not the case for Nanning, China. This little city had a population of 5.5 million people. I realized that we were working with a different population scale in China.
We arrived in Nanning mid morning and did not find a soul that could talk to us in English. We also could not find a phrasebook for sale or seem to get our translation phone apps to work. So, that meant we were exploring the city by foot until we came ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services