Motel 168 Nanjing Xinjiekou Mingwalang

Address: No.131 Mingwalang, Zhongshan South Road, Xinjiekou, Baixia District, Nanjing, Jiangsu, 210005, China | 3 star motel
 
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Location

This 3 star motel, located in the Baixia District area of Nanjing, is near National Taiwan Democracy Memorial Hall, Míng Filial Tomb (Míng Xiào Líng), The Tomb of Emperor Hong Wu, and Purple Mountain (Zijin Shan).
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    Travel Blogs from Nanjing

    Wô bò chī ròu hé yú

    A travel blog entry by alcatrav on Jun 22, 2015

    ... Chinese students how to say "I don't eat meat and fish" to help me when ordering at the market, and they kindly taught me: "Wô bò chī ròu hé yú." We made plans with the Chinese students to go to the highest building in Nanjing this evening to enjoy the night view of the city. So after the Zhong making we went to quickly freshen up back at the hotel. When we got to the tower there was a sign "poor visibility" which is not unusual in ...

    Nanjing City Wall

    A travel blog entry by alcatrav on Jun 21, 2015

    This morning we had a relaxed morning with no particular plans for the day. This was a good thing as Rosa had been awake in the night and I had been disturbed by an American girl who was skyping in the corridor right outside our open window! The boys messaged to suggest all meeting for breakfast at 10.30 but we decided to sleep longer and said we could catch them up later. They then messaged to say they would be heading to an attraction at about 11.30 so we agreed to join them then ...

    It's Good to be Back in Asia

    A travel blog entry by alcatrav on Jun 20, 2015

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    I woke up this morning feeling refreshed. I could not remember any dreams and must have slept very solidly. After an excellent waterfall shower, Rosa and I headed up for our breakfast buffet. I started with some cereal and warm bean milk and then moved on to delicious noodles, a fried egg and some toast. The bread is the same slightly sweet stuff that Ally and I lived off in South East Asia and it felt good to be back. By the end of breakfast though both of us were ready for a ...

    End of Seond Year update

    A travel blog entry by caroline63 on Jun 14, 2015

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    ... these exams. And on top of this they have to study for their SAT which is the Standard Assessment Tests for entry into USA universities, or IELTS for entry into UK universities. the SAT requires them to have a vocabulary of about 5000 words in English so they are studying these words all the time. You see them on the subway
    learning lists of words and their meaning. They have no teenage life
    like going to the cinema, meeting friends, etc, like ...

    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 ...