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Ruins of the Ming Palace, Nanjing

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You won't find a shortage of accommodations in Nanjing, a modern metropolis long on the radars of domestic and international tourists. Look south of the main railway station, following Central Road, to find the primary districts where visitors stay, with clusters of high-rise hotels--some luxurious and others standard, but all comfortable. A number of smaller boutiques set in formerly residential buildings provide atmospheric, well-maintained, and budget-friendly options. Take a look at the side streets around Central Road for a wealth of hostels and guesthouses.
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  • We started with the park on the same side of the metro as this had an official looking gateway and the crowds seemed to be heading this way. This turned out to just be a locals park with some stone pl...  more »
  • This palace was built in the IV century to the first emperor of the Ming Dynasty Hun, who made Nanjing its capital. Unfortunately, time and many enemies, was not spared the palace. All that is left up...  more »
  • If you didn't want to visit the ones in Beijing, this is the next best option. The stone animal walk way, is very similar to the one in Beijing but there is also a landscaped garden / park with a few ...  more »