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It is located 400 miles from Beijing, the nation's capital.
Many travelers pass through this part of the country to see its marvelous natural attractions. Discover what it's all about at Xiangshan Park and Longji Mountain, 25 miles and 20 miles away from Shuangjing, respectively.
See how serious the locals are about sports by watching a game at Huaibei City Stadium in Huaibei. It's just 30 miles to the west of Shuangjing. Be sure to cheer for the home team with the passionate locals.
Try to get out to Xiahetou. It's approximately 9 miles away from Shuangjing, and where you can find Xuzhou Medical College and Western Han Dynasty Terracotta Warriors. Xuzhou Museum and Xuzhou Concert Hall are some additional places. These are about 9 miles out of Shuangjing, in Quanshan Qu.
It's impossible to honk your horn in a traffic jam after you've been cycling. Picnicking is another pleasant way to relax in the region.
If the temperature's rising and you'd like to beat the heat, there's nothing better than the thrill of boating and fishing in Jiangsu.
If the weather is making you want to stay indoors, head to the region's craft workshops.
If you ask some locals for their favorite activities in the region, they'll often point you in the direction of the intriguing gardens.
Jiangsu is the home of a number of temples. These provide a great opportunity to catch a glimpse of the region's spiritual nature.
To really understand Jiangsu, take the time to visit its restaurants and cafés.
Travelers will no doubt notice a lot of grains and duck, a couple of popular regional ingredients.
Be sure to sample some local meals, like sweet and sour mandarin fish and fried cuttlefish rolls.
Conversing in the local tongue is the simplest way to break down cultural walls, so be sure to learn some useful Mandarin expressions and greetings before you depart. Hěn gāoxìng rènshi nǐ translates to pleased to meet you in Mandarin. You should also work on pronouncing Wǎnān (good night).
If only vacations could go on forever. However, you're going to have to say "Zàijiàn" to Shuangjing eventually. At least once you return home you'll have plenty of wonderful tales to tell!
When it's time for your flight, be advised that Guanyin Airport is roughly 9 miles to the north.