The Purple Palace Nanjing
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... Hutong style, and which is expanding every time I go there), right up to the Zhonghua Gate which I have been to before, but now they have opened it up so you can walk along it. The only sad thing was that at the Zhonghua Gate there used to be a park where all the birdmen congregated, letting their birds fly up and come back to them, but it is now a car park for all the huge cars of the rich. A lovely day and a beautiful walk.
... Friday (which I was unable to attend). Lochie also received one last week but I didn't know about it and didn’t go to assembly. The children earn points through the day and when they collect large amounts (eg 50, 100 etc) they are acknowledged. I like that they have to 'earn’ their award and are not just given one randomly.
Friday was the last day of term 2. The school now has 2 weeks of ‘spring break’.
Saturday morning we ...
The next four days we didn’t do much but clean, clean and clean while the 3 kids were at school.
On Sunday we went to a rope course at 'flowers plaza’ and the rope course was massive. We explored the plaza a bit. (It was also massive).
Sam’s second week at school had come and boy was he exited. He loved going ...
... chips at work.
The house itself is very comfortable. The whole house has ducted heating and cooling, and EVERY room (including bathrooms, wardrobe and landings) has it’s own thermostat and fan controls. I love the look of the wood but seeing my blonde hair all over it is driving me crazy! I am constantly picking it up. And the dark wood looks dusty all the time. Living in China is much more palatable here than in a hotel in the ...
... items (comfort food) turned to liquid and had to be thrown away. The oven has a steam outlet and all the steam poured straight into my closed cutlery draw, making the utensil wet and oily. No more fan-forced cooking!
The dishwasher is half the width of ours at home and holds very little. It doesn’t fit our dinner plates so we’ve bought smaller ones. The kitchen bench is low and our bed is low (Asians seem to be generally shorter) – ...