Scholars Hotel Nanjing
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- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Nanjing
... got our own brush, ink, ink bowl and desk pad and then we could take them away which was really kind. I found it harder than expected to control how much ink was spreading on the page but the teacher said I was good so I was proud! We went for lunch altogether which was tasty but extremely large for me and I had to sit for a while until I could move! Then we met with our Chinese friends and headed to the ...
... not great fun to run through... But soon everyone came to our room and we all hung out together for the evening on the strict policy of "leave your shoes at the door!". Gordon arrived tonight as well so he joined us. He is the member of the group who after getting his visa, lost his passport and had to get a new one and buy a new flight! So although a week late he is here now, seems lovely, and is coming with us to nearby Suzhou ...
... soup but it's close and it was tasty so I can't complain. We met up with the Chinese students after lunch to go to Nanjing Museum and we were advised to bring our umbrellas. This was much more accurate advise than that of the Americans - when we got off the subway it was pouring, tropical downpour rain. On the 500m to the museum we were all soaked to the skin and promptly went to ring out our socks in the bathroom! The museum was good, it started with the ...
... exhibition centre in Nanjing. I had grand plans of collecting brochures from exotic locations to holiday. How stupid was I? All the brochures were in Chinese of course, even ones from English speaking countries. That was a waste of time, however Emma and I enjoyed a nice lunch at the Blue Marlin (in the pouring rain), before heading home. Tonight Caroline (who is also husbandless) brought her boys over for homemade pizza and movies. Good ...
... Fresh in town (popular with Westerners). Caroline showed me how to get a taxi expat style: walk into a 5 star hotel, pretend you’re staying there and have the concierge organize a taxi for you. Apparently this is also a good trick for posting mail. My driver had asked for the night off (social event) so left us at Elements Fresh. The taxi home (approx 30 min drive) cost us a total of $8! Bargain! A 10 min taxi ride from Adelaide airport cost me $22 in ...