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Skyways?[edit]

Is the "german bread store" described under "Eat: budget" just Skyways, or something else? If it is Skyways, then it should be deleted. We already list Skyways sandwiches in "mid-range" (¥20 for a sandwich and coke is not "budget" in China) and mention them again in "splurge" (¥20 cheesecake). They are great, but don't belong in all three categories.

Anyway, they've moved to Shanghai Lu. I updated the directions but do not have an exact address and do not know if the phone number has changed.

If it is not Skyways, it needs more detail. Pashley 08:45, 14 December 2008 (EST)

The New Adress is Skyways 云中食品店 160 Shanghai Lu 上海路160号 Tel: 83317103

Burgers[edit]

There's a very good burger place just North of Blue Sky on the same side of the street. Anyone got enough details to add an entry? Pashley

It is gone. Closed? Or perhaps moved? The location, up a steep stairway and next door to a pink-lights "massage" shop was far from ideal. Pashley 00:56, 7 November 2009 (EST)

Staying Safe in Nanjing[edit]

I edited this section down a lot and linked out to the Stay Safe and Driving in China sections because most of these rules apply to the country as a whole, and not just Nanjing. Of course, what seemed to apply to Nanjing as a city I left in. If anyone has any tips for the Stay Safe section that are particularly relevant to the city itself, I'd be glad to see them put back in. Zainiqbal 15:48, 1 April 2009 (EDT)

Great. That definitely needed doing. Pashley 15:57, 1 April 2009 (EDT)

Food[edit]

I added a section at the beginning of Eat with some of the local specialties, but I think this guide is pretty sad in that almost all the other restaurants listed are non-Chinese. Don't get me wrong, the Western restaurants should be there if they're good and worth going to, but it would be nice to know where to get good Chinese food regardless of style. 112.224.2.56 06:09, 8 February 2011 (EST)

Thanks for adding the local dishes! And yes, I agree that the article lacks listings of the local Chinese restaurants. If you know of the best places to get the local specialties or any other restaurant, please feel free to add them! Although I've been to Nanjing, I can't really help the "Eat" section. I'm not much of a culinary traveler. ChubbyWimbus 16:17, 8 February 2011 (EST)

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