The Purple Palace Nanjing

Address: No.18 Huanling Road, Nanjing, Jiangsu, 210049, China | 1 star hotel
 
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Location

This 1 star hotel, located in the Xuanwu District area of Nanjing, is near Zongtong Fu, Memorial to Nanjing Massacre Victims, Ming City Wall, and Nánjing Museum (Nánjing Bówùguan).
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    Travel Blogs from Nanjing

    Wô bò chī ròu hé yú

    A travel blog entry by alcatrav on Jun 22, 2015

    ... uni appeared and he joined us for lunch at the canteen beside our hotel. At this one you can pay in cash whereas at the others we tried you have to use your student cash card which we don't quite know how to top up yet. We had some time back at the hotel chatting before we went to meet up with Henry and the other Chinese students. They took us to another canteen to learn how to make Zhongs which are sticky rice with dates in a parcel made of banana leaves. ...

    Nanjing City Wall

    A travel blog entry by alcatrav on Jun 21, 2015

    ... got out of bed. However they then set off at 11.05 and we missed them. Luckily though Aimee was just arriving back from breakfast and Ruaridh was ready to go for some too so off we went together, Aimee showing us to the canteen. We made a plan to go see the Nanjing City wall and set off for the metro, stopping to collect Hamza and our rain jackets as there was a light smir in the air. The metro was pretty simple, very cheap and nice and clean. I was very glad of my Triposo app which ...

    It's Good to be Back in Asia

    A travel blog entry by alcatrav on Jun 20, 2015

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    ... turned into an hour and a half! Giving us just enough time to pack and check out before 12. With a few hours until we needed to be back at the airport to join the group we headed out to walk the local streets, taking care to note our route. We passed through some pretty, traditional, narrow streets and saw lots of interesting things for sale. In general we were heading to a big pagoda which we had spotted out of the window at breakfast and it wasn't hard to find. What we ...

    End of Seond Year update

    A travel blog entry by caroline63 on Jun 14, 2015

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    ... tell the CPs that tomorrow the school
    is shut as there is some visit, but you are working Saturday to make
    up. This happens all the time! Hence when we go into the centres the
    CPs are often so pleased to see someone they can have a rant to (as they
    have to distance themselves from their teaching staff to a certain
    extent) that they often sound off! We see ourselves as a listening ear
    and a critical friend for the centres most of the ...

    Treasure Shipyard and Silk Museum

    A travel blog entry by becwilliamson3 on May 24, 2015

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    ... 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 ...