Nanfang Hotel

Address: No.77 Hanzhongmen Street, Jianye District, Nanjing, Jiangsu, 210029, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on No.77 Hanzhongmen Street, Jianye District, 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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    ... so I bought a lovely blue floral fan which made everyone else come up beside me to enjoy the breeze! The mausoleum itself was not that exciting, a small room with a statue but intricately decorated walls and ceiling. We sat at the top of the steps for a while and then went back down the hill on foot to the metro station (on the way up we took a little open sided tourist buggy). Once back at the university we ...

    "Leave your shoes at the door!"

    A travel blog entry by alcatrav on Jun 26, 2015

    ... I went to the supermarket to peruse and get some stuff for breakfast. I enjoyed my slow wander and then once I was outside in the outing rain again I realised that I should buy Rosa an umbrella as she has been wearing one of the plastic bag ponchos! So I went back into the shop and thought of a few more things to get as well. I realised I did not have enough cash but I had my card so wasn't worried. However my card would not ...

    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

    14 photos

    ... overgrown). 2 men worked for about 2.5 hrs cutting grass, raking leaves and pruning, and I think the paperwork I signed indicated approximately $40 in labor costs – Wow!

    Tuesday Miss Xu was unwell. She arrived looking confused or unhappy. I rang my real estate agent who spoke to her over the phone and translated to me, that she was feeling 'uncomfortable’ and wanted my permission to leave. Poor thing, she ...

    Treasure Shipyard and Silk Museum

    A travel blog entry by becwilliamson3 on May 24, 2015

    41 photos

    ... murals). We were mesmerized by a circular room with a moving picture of a Chinese town displayed on the entire wall (see photos). Every element of the picture had movement (eg people cooking in tiny kitchens, selling wares on streets, arguing with neighbors etc). As we watched, the day turned into night, and seasons changed. I have never seen anything like it! Caroline and I could have stood and watched for hours.

    We finished our adventure with dinner ...