Zhongshan Hotel (Jiangsu Conference Center)
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Had a lovely day. Brunch at the Blue Frog and then went to Confucius Temple and wandered around. Bought 3 hats in the hat shop! Then went back to Blue Frog for supper and some more photos! Lovely weather, lovely day, lots of fun!
... which has been built in the style of an old hutong. We visited the Motu burger restaurant, owned by our New Zealand friend, Paul, and his wife. Had a lovely chicken satay burger, New Zealand ice-cream and real Sauvignon Blanc! We had a lovely wander around the area, doing some shopping in the little craft shops.
... a glimpse of his body and thinking how weird embalming is. Whereas Zhong Shan's tomb was positively chilled out in comparison, then again I think most places are chilled out in relation to Tiananmen Square. I walked up a **** load of steps, looked at a huge statue of Zhong Shan (they decided against immortalizing him) and had a look out over Nanjing. It was a lot more pleasant all in all.
... as the expensive leather and fur coats. But you cannot forget the fact that we can put on the leather and fur coats because the sacrifice of the innocent animal. A leather or fur coat needs to kill ten or more animal. So if we refuse to wear such kind of coat, it means that we have saved a lot of buy fifa 15 coins animal's life. We should not follow fashion because we are not allowed now. And what's more, we should not realize our target by sacrificing the profit of others.
... There are bolts of gleaming silk and boxes precious metals among the other trading goods. Though at first they weren’t trading goods but gifts from the emperor, rulers of foreign lands would return the favor, sparking trade between China and the lands lying to the South. This is almost an evolution of the tributary system dating from the Han dynasty, where independent countries would recognize China’s authority and send embassies to the capital with ...