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Similarly to naming Qingdao both the Switzerland and Riviera of China Suzhou is named the Venice of China. I think Suzhou deserves it's title a little more than Qingdao though. It's well pretty and has all sorts of fancy gardens you can visit, my favourite being 'The most Humble Administrator's Garden.' I took most of my photos in there. It even has a few canals to justify it's comparison to Venice. ...
... rooms. Brennan has quite a collection of combs and Chinese toothpaste!
One of the people in our tour group asked Jo about getting a tailored suit. She made arrangements for a tailor to meet us at our hotel. The plan was to measure on Sunday night, first fitting on Monday night with the final product delivered on Tuesday. Dave was in need of a new sport jacket and the plan worked perfectly. For a few dollars more than off the rack in the U.S., he had ...
I was supposed to be doing lesson observations, but they were cancelled, so I managed to spend the day with the Writhlington students and Rachel again.
We went out to a new school in the morning where the students taught some lessons. We then went to Tong Li (one of my favourite places in ...
I have been in my centre in Suzhou working this week, and realised that it was half term in the UK. I contacted Rachel and they were arriving in Suzhou on Wednesday. I booked into the same hotel, the JinJiang near the Amusement Park. I had arrived back from Matt's centre in the early afternoon and was just going out to get something to eat at Emerald City when I heard voices. As I walked into the foyer there were the Bath ...
... to the Northern Pagoda, an eight story building with a great view above Suzhou, which once more made it clear to me that Suzhou was far from being a small town as it stretched for several miles in every direction. Behind the pagoda we finally found our city retreat: a small garden with a little pond – in almost total silence, far away from any Chinese tourist group and with no other tourists. Finally we had found a great spot for a relaxing ...