Motel 168 Nanjing Xinjiekou Mingwalang
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... but teaming with visitors snapping photos and taking rickshaw rides from men in what look more like yellow silk pyjamas. Despite it being dark, I had a great evening taking long exposures, turning the busy streets into quiet scenes.
Returning to the hotel, my air conditioning and my little fish in the square glass bowl (which I have named, Sushi) is a relief. I have picked up a sore through and a cough. I hope it does not get worse.
Sleep comes quickly.
... the 2014 youth Olympics (which I didn't know was a thing). I went to a Buddhist temple near the old Ming walls, the walked on the wall to the park entrance. I then visited the tomb of the first Ming emperor (the only one not buried In Beijing) and the tomb of Sun Yat-Sen--acknowledged by both Nationalists and Communists as the father of republican China. Regretfully I didn't have time to see the recommended memorial museum of the Nanjing Massacre. Leave that for next ...
... much to munch on, it’s no wonder the city claimed reign over the nation more than once.
Enlighten yourself and contemplate the context of hostile feelings towards Japan the Chinese hold; perspective plays an important role in the writing of history. Juxtapose what you learn to the many atrocities China has endured and leave with many ...
... clubs, if you should be up for that. Golfsmith has a large amount of good instructional information as well regarding club building. When you have had a proper club fitting and understand what to purchase, this is a good option. It's really not that difficult. Golfsmith also has a trade-in service, and you can obtain a discount on a new pair of clubs by trading in your old ones. This also means they will have lots of pre-owned clubs for sale. Check ...
... the river boat tour, come back to the cruise and relax with a buffet meal full of energy and Chinese dishes. The dumplings and noodles were quite hearty a meal and left you satisfied to rest in your room gazing through the portholes.
I enjoyed cruising the Yangtze river. I saw some beautiful scenery reminding me of home, and felt a small continuation of the peace and tranquility that I felt in Emei among the monks in the monastery. Definitely have no ...