Dianshan Lake Hotel

Address: Dianshanhu Town, Kunshan, Jiangsu, 215345, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Dianshanhu Town, Kunshan, is near Zhou Zhuang Water Village and Chess Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Kunshan

Out and About!

A travel blog entry by k.newton on Jul 12, 2014

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So, I will try my best to pick up where I left off! After a delicious dinner at the hotel and some minor panic about what we were actually doing in China/which one of us had thought this was a good idea, we went upstairs to check out the room. The hotel is gorgeous, the best one that our group leader has every stayed at and this is his 12th trip to China! We didn't have the right converters for our power cords so we were technology-less for the night but ...

Open Day

A travel blog entry by towib on May 13, 2014

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... like in every school anime ever. No maid cafes though.) Students kept dragging me off to places, asking for photos or trying to get me to buy things. They normally just see me in my classroom so a bit of variety was nice.

I've also found the best food ever. Sausage doughnut! It's a hot dog, surrounded by a (non-sweetened) doughnut and on top there's potato salad! The Chinese sure know how to mix random ...

A Trip to Ancient Town

A travel blog entry by sirscottric on Aug 15, 2012

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... I'm convinced that it was not produced by the Chinese. We've heard from a few people that the Chinese are not so good at making tomato paste type products (for pizza and spaghetti). After dinner, we headed to Ashten's apartment to gather some stuff for Lindsey's job. Ashten was also nice enough to loan us a copy of the Rosetta Stone software for Mandarin. She said she bought it for about $10 from a guy (it normally costs $300 in the US) and it works perfectly fine. ...

Classes Begin

A travel blog entry by russpurdy on Jun 20, 2011

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... tailor the course to our interest since there is only 3 people in the class. I am also taking international trade which has three people as well. That class meets Wednesday for the first time. It is supposed to be a really good teacher. They all really want us to learn and are making sure we stay involved. The program is even better than I was expecting!

Organic food

A travel blog entry by sanjon on Nov 17, 2010

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... time, so when we were served a plate of dark brown semi transparent jelly with a dark green creamy yolk we were both pleasantly surprised how delicious they were. Our hosts thought it was hilarious that these are known in the west as 1000-year-old eggs. We'd always assumed that was a direct translation.

Silkworm Cocoons: Deep-fried silkworm cocoon showed up on a couple of menus, and our hosts insisted on ordering it for us. This was ...

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