Nanjing Great Hotel
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... hutong tour the girls were worn out and ready for a dip in the hotel pool while I went in search of food for dinner. I found an upscale mall with dozens of seemingly higher-end restaurants grouped on a couple of floors, but for the life of me I couldn’t figure out how to get food to go. Even though we’re staying in the epicenter of fancy hotels, there’s surprisingly little English spoken, and it’s humbling. (In Vietnam, English is ...
... down there is a toboggan slide you can take! This was really fun but I daren't go too fast as I'm not sure their health and safety measures are quite up to our standards! In the evening I went to a Show called the Legend of Kung Fu which was a mix of martial arts and dance - and told the story of how one little boy became a monk and learnt the art of Kung Fu. The next day we headed to Tiananmen Square which is kinda just a square! The history of this square is ...
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The area where we were staying really livened up at night. There was so much to see and enjoy. At last I found a small shop selling umbrellas at a reasonable price. I bought three and a dress for Sadie. May still buy more if I see any I like. Would love to find a nice handbag shop before I go home and get one for me and Jenna. Here's hoping.
We found some interesting eating places and will probably try one on our ...
... but it would take the girl an hour to get up there. It took us all 20 minutes total (clearly they wanted to sell cable car tickets). We were at tower eight and from there we continued upwards to tower 23. There were a lot of steps along the way but the view is amazing and the wall itself is quite a spectacle. The section we were on was about 10-15m high and 6-8 wide. We could see the wall stretch well into the distance across ...
... we didn't have time!), cable car back down, or tobogganing! I haven't been on a toboggan since I was about 10 years old! A metal chute winding down the side of the mountain. So I went with that option. It was really fun! We had lunch at a nearby restaurant. Contrary to most 'tour' lunches, this one was really good! We had a huge selection of dishes, all really tasty. We had been told to be back for lunch by 1.30pm. By 3.30pm one of the boys was still missing - noone knew where he was. ...