Doubletree By Hilton Huaqiao Kunshan

Address: No.2 Zhaofeng Road, Huaqiao CBD, Kunshan, Jiangsu, 215332, China | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located in the Huaqiao area of Kunshan.
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      Travel Blogs from Kunshan

      The Fuelling Station

      A travel blog entry by flightofbumbleb on Feb 26, 2015

      5 photos

      ... peaceful side of Shanghai, it felt amazing. I saw the romantic side of this sultry city; it felt like a galloping horse that had slowed its pace to take leisurely stroll.

      Shanghai was a fuelling station for my trip. The city bedazzled me with its culinary offers. One of the favourite hobbies of the Shanghai-nese was to eat! I had a number of childhood ...

      #21 Christmas Is Coming!

      A travel blog entry by shereebarker92 on Dec 18, 2014

      1 photo

      ... before seeking out a place to get some mulled wine. After much confusion, we finally worked out that on the hut menus, mulled wine was called "gluhwein" (duh, they use German words that's why it's the GERMAN market!) and got a cup each and sat on a bench to have it. However, it wasn't long before we were going back for more!! I'd forgotten how much I love mulled wine, especially with the orange segments in that soak up the wine and you can eat afterwards yumyumyum!! ...

      First International Blood Transfusion

      A travel blog entry by 60daysinchina on Nov 11, 2014

      4 comments

      ... traditional families and older generations (who then influence the younger generations) do not believe that it is right or healthy to donate blood. It is a major barrier in the China, resulting in blood supply shortages and pressure from the blood banks to obtain donors. It is stated that many of the younger people who are willing to donate will not tell their parents as they would be very upset. So in addition to an over taxed health care system (that ...

      Shopping For Eggs Causes Marital Stress

      A travel blog entry by 60daysinchina on Oct 12, 2014

      11 comments, 26 photos

      ... second floor. When we arrived what we saw was some sort of mutant Dollar store fused with a Cosco. It was a daunting place that was quite Tardis like. (It looked bigger on the inside.)

      Renee and I made our way through the electronics department to the small appliances for a hair dryer. We were quite pleased to find someone there who spoke a bit of English and not only helped Renee select a hair dryer but demonstrated them as well. Try and ...

      VIP!

      A travel blog entry by k.newton on Jul 18, 2014

      Good Morning from China!

      It feels like so much has happened since my last post so I will try and remember to include everything I can!

      The rest of my teaching week went great! On Tuesday I went to the school curriculum leader and proposed a reading buddy program which has absolutely taken off! My class did two sessions of reading buddies with two of the younger classes and it was a huge success. The students loved it, both older and younger, and it was ...