Taihe Zijin Grand Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Nanjing
... fitting by a certified clubmaker. You'll receive more out of your game whether you are purchasing the most expensive group of brand name clubs or a group of discount golf equipment. He can also probably enable you to get into an excellent set of tailor made clubs combined with the fitting for approximately the price of just buying a brand set without the club fitting. I also recommend reading Tom Wishon's excellent book "The Look for the Perfect Golf ...
... part of my 45 litre pack houses all of my clothes besides the shorts and top I'm wearing. But, that top part also includes my 15 inch laptop and two books. The bottom part is filled with another book, cords and cables, bathroom stuff, a set of small speakers and other odds ...
... students helped me find the bus to the bus station.
I was two hours early. Sigh. Better than too late I guess.
I got my favourite bus with the beds in it! And I slept all the way home after chowing down on some pork steam buns.
PS I ripped my favourite traveling shirt :( Yep, the plaid Old Navy one, I wear almost every single weekend. So, I guess you won't have to look at me in puffy sleeves again.
... raindrops overhead.
Ranald started calling hotels and finally I got up to follow him in looking for another place to stay. We wandered, finding the same problem again. We eventually settled on "Hentique" something hotel. Don't ask me what it meant.
We got a sort of clinical-feeling suite, but it wasn't a bad place. I thought it was a ripoff but what can you do when there's no room at the inns?
... Ranald around tryiing to find a cheaper place, we had to stay in the "international" hotel, the kind I normally stay far away from because of their crazy prices and also their blandness and predictability.
PS I included some photos of NUDT along with this entry that I took on my last day there. I have been working two hours a week (really!) for the past month. Even with that, no one shows up to my office ...