Youzi Resort

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

Nauseous in the Southern capital

A travel blog entry by reinapaul on Aug 01, 2013

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... bad or good news..... Fearfully I asked for the bad news first....He admitted to splurging in a steak lunch, desert and beer at a near by restaurant (not so bad after all) but the good news was he had figured out the local attractions. Once I gained the courage I got out of bed, got showered and we headed out for our first afternoon.

Our hostel was located very centrally and quite close to two main attractions, the city wall ...

First Impressions

A travel blog entry by jarinne on Jan 27, 2012

... carry on a simple conversation. Nanjing City I love Nanjing! It is basically just a gigantic city, not unlike Toronto, with skyscrapers, a plethora of restaurants and shops, and LOTS of people. It does contain the questionable fashion choice of teenage-boys-sporting-uggs though. There are other minor cultural differences of course, including that it is culturally acceptable for a man to walk down the street and hock a giant loogie directly in front ...


A travel blog entry by sebastianarnold on Jul 06, 2011

... to some fans disappointed, killing a 6 to 0, so that the Australian team not only created at the Asian Cup single-game record of maximum score, also created the previous Asian Cup semi-final maximum score record. NO.9 semifinals: Countdown to tie the penalty buried January 26, Japan South Korea 2-5 Asian Cup in this game can be described as the most ups and downs since the start of the game, from the South Korean team won the disputed penalty, to Japan team score, then ...

Weekend of confusion

A travel blog entry by leg5a on Sep 13, 2010

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... so went in for a stroll. It might be the biggest center I've seen. As I was leaving I got to enjoy some public dancing out in the square in front of the mall- someone brings a speaker and 80s Chinese music, and the old folks will come out and dance. See pictures.

Next day I made the long journey to Ikea by public bus, making a new friend on the way. Chinese Ikea is (not surprisingly) like western Ikea (they even have Swedish meatballs), with a little more chaos. I ended up ...

Bad day of this getting worse??

A travel blog entry by msdodson on Jul 18, 2008

... place that we ate at last night and had the same food because it was so damn good. After that we went to a place called the underground and did more shopping. I think I have mentioned it before but it is like an underground mall where you can get all kinds of stuff super cheap. We were there for a few hours...we walked there and stopped at starbucks on the way =) Got home about 9:30 and packed up since we are leaving on Sunday to ...