Grand Metropark Hotel Nanjing
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Fantastic night at the Nanjing Poly Grand Theatre, Olympic Stadium, watching 'The King of
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J Foley after meeting our lovely new friends, Shani McNaghten and Arran
Wilson, the singers, at Blue Frog, Aqua City, Nanjing on Sunday night, especially when Elvis did a shout out for Caroline and
Will and sang 'Marie's the name of his latest flame'. Great fun!
... brunch and it was all decorated up with balloons for their 1st year anniversary. We sat outside in brilliant sunshine. We then went off exploring an area near Zhongshan Nan Lu over the other side of the river where Will had seen an Arts area advertised. It is called Finder Art District and is an art complex with studios and shops in an old ammunitions factory. It is still being developed, and ...
... very nice bakery, similar to home.
Thursday the Foundation children performed Goldilocks. They did so well – there wasn’t a parent without a digital recording device in their hand during the performance. Rehearsal times from this show, will now be taken up with rehearsals for the Key Stage 2 (yrs3-5) production of Oliver. These are becoming more intense as their performance date draws nearer.
... s been a while since I put on a jacket at all! The time of the year is really messing with my head. It is very warm and everyone is talking about the end of school. It feels like December to me, although it’s only May. I have to keep reminding myself what month we are in.
This week I’ve seen a few crazy China things. On Wednesday morning I walked passed a woman power-walking in her pajamas and sneakers. In ...
... without the internet. We use it to check the weather and the pollution levels, to access the newspaper and tv guide, to communicate with friends and family, to bank and pay Australian bills, to receive correspondence from school, to communicate in Chinese (translation apps), to order groceries, to book travel, to check train times and public transport routes, and to find our way (maps apps). All of this is extremely time consuming (and often ...