China Garden Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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We took the High speed train today....wow its fast 300 km/hr! Visited the the Humble Administrator's Garden, covering about 12.85 acres in size, . Due to its unique designs and architecture. In 1513, Wang Xiancheng, an Imperial Envoy and poet of the Ming Dynasty created a garden on the site of the dilapidated Dahong Temple which had been burnt …
... gate. We joined a very long queue, presented our passports and purchased a return ticket to Suzhou for $8 return.... 20 minute journey covering 90 km. the train reaches speeds of up to 300km an hour. It is very smooth and apart from the scenery moving by so quickly, you do not feel as though you are travelling such speeds. We arrived into Suzhou. Andrew was here in 2008 but so much has changed in that short space of ...
... still tucked up in bed We have done a fair bit since our last blog. Climbed the Great Wall thousands of steps! Bit stiff after but well worth it. The views were spectacular and had a well earned beer when we got back to the bottom. Yesterday we saw the terracotta warriors. Not sure what I expected but it was different to how we imagined them to be. They are still working on it and have many more to uncover yet. To finish the day off, we had a long walk around the city of ...
... the Nets garden dates from the 12thC consisting off mahogany halls and pavilions and is acknowledged to be of World Heritage importance. The gardens are a symphonic combination of rocks, water, trees and pavilions that reflects the Chinese appreciation of balance and harmony.
The Pan Gate marks one of the original entrances to the city dating from 1371 and forms part of the outside moat.
... involved walking past a pile of rubble on which the only whole things were a few toilet cisterns and old basins this was probably a good thing… The hostel turned out to be by a beautiful old canal, and after a minor false start in their cafe located actually on the waterfront we turned a corner and found ourselves being welcomed by 2 large dogs and the hostel staff who showed us to our room. The beauty of travelling as a four was that we had our room to ourselves – no snorers ...