Nan Jiao Hotel

No.55 Heping Road , Xuzhou, Jiangsu, 221009, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.55 Heping Road , Xuzhou.
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La Reunion

A travel blog entry by m.and.m on Mar 17, 2014

... home with nothing else to do besides follow your mate on Facebook,Twitter, WeChat... Receive those pictures soaked in fun, joy and excitement. Read the hourly updates about all the adventures and recall this deep, tight sleep you fell into in the evening last time you had one of those exciting days. Don't envy be happy for your friend, while at the same time thinking that you should be there as well sharing all this fun.

Contrary to ...

Today is the day...

A travel blog entry by laurenflower19 on Oct 09, 2013

... to leave for college so I opted to carry on organising my stuff later in. I flagged a taxi driver and an English speaking boy in the back said not that direction. I jumped in a rickety, I think illegal 5rmb taxi to the college. I got their on time, pretty dusty and gross looking and exhausted but I was there nonetheless! Lessons were horrible, simply because ...

October National Holiday; a week of fun & clea

A travel blog entry by laurenflower19 on Sep 30, 2013

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... on cleaning and I was fully determined that would be my last day cleaning. I was oh so wrong! I cleaned the living room; not too many problems, just quite a dirty floor but that was okay. Mr Muscle in this cleaning operation was a saviour for me. I simply just poured it all over the floor a little bit at a time, washed the mop and mopped away. So the living room was done, another tick in the box. The rubbish was accumulating in the hallway but that was not ...

How time flies when you're having fun!

A travel blog entry by laurenflower19 on Sep 26, 2013

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... character and it translates it immediately. I tried it out at first with just a few words, it seemed to work okay. I wanted to challenge the app so I pulled up the Wikipedia page for traditional foods in China. I managed to translate all of them into almost perfect English. It could also do this for place names, the overwhelming feel of terror when not knowing which train to book at the station was lifted like a huge weight from ...

Mid-Autumn Festival: Moon Cakes galore!

A travel blog entry by laurenflower19 on Sep 22, 2013

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... of the autumn season. The day is also known as the Moon Festival, as at that time of the year the moon is at its roundest and brightest. The Moon Cake is the special food of Mid-Autumn Festival. On that day, people sacrifice moon cakes to the moon as an offering and eat them for celebration. Moon cakes come in various flavours according to the region. The moon cakes are round, symbolising the reunion of a family, so it is easy to understand how the ...

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