Youzi Resort

Address: No.6 Huanshan Road, Youzi Mountain, Gaochun Scenic spot, Nanjing, Jiangsu, 211300, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.6 Huanshan Road, Youzi Mountain, Gaochun Scenic spot, Nanjing.
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Travel Blogs from Nanjing

Daily life & Judging Queen

A travel blog entry by kateschronicles on Nov 25, 2012

1 comment, 6 photos

... was being spoken apart from the presentations. A gentleman close by turned and said to me that I had a point and that they should look at all practising their so many others, including the Deans of several Schools were looking on in horror I figured something was not right. Turns out that the said gentleman was actually the President of the University!!!! a big OOPS for me!!!!

Yesterday I judged the 11th China Daily 21st Century ...


A travel blog entry by finechina on Dec 10, 2011


... so it was really cool to see this one! It is now very dark outside as the moon is fully covered!

That's all I wanted to say at this very moment!

Tune in (or read in) soon for the new installment to The China Project

Love, Fine ...

I want to live at the gym

A travel blog entry by leg5a on Feb 23, 2011

11 photos

Today has been quite the busy day. I didn't have class again (Chinese language classes haven't started yet), so I started out by heading over to the new gym for a workout. Man, it is AWESOME. It's cleaner and better equipped than my dorm, which makes me want to stay there all day. The only trouble is that all the measurements for weight/distance are metric, so I don't know how fast I'm running nor how much weight I'm lifting. I'd better do some conversions ...

Are We Any Better Than Animals?

A travel blog entry by somasized on Sep 04, 2009

26 photos

... were worth visiting on their own accord. I found the pet stalls particularly interesting, and depressing. They shove so many animals into such small enclosures that I couldn't help but feel intense sympathy for them. They have everything: chipmunks, mice, crocodiles, snakes, birds, and so many types of turtles it would make your head spin, albeit slowly. One stall actually had an alligator snapping turtle, which could have literally snapped off your hand.

The food market ...

Sweet fish with a very sour aftertaste!

A travel blog entry by benabroad on Mar 28, 2007

9 photos

... was my favorite garden as it is rock based( in itself a major change) and i liked the winding tunnels of rock caverns, where you could wander down and have no idea where abouts in the garden you would turn up. It would be an ideal place to take kids for a day out, or if you just wanted to lose some children. The busyness was a downer but all these gardens are rammed with tourists anyway, so ...