Fairmont Yangcheng Lake
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the prime minister in Wu State. After Suzhou city was established om 514 BC, the site of Suzhou has never changed. In 496 BC, King Helü was buried in Huqiu (Tiger Hill). In 473 BC Wu was defeated by Yue, a kingdom to the east which was eventually annexed by the State of Chu in 306 BC. Remnants of this culture include remainders of a 2,500 year old city wall and the gate through it at Pan Gate.
By the time of the Qin Dynasty, the city was known as Wu County and was part ...
... buy up to 10 days in advance and many tickets are sold out because of the holiday..... I'll revisit the train ticket booth in another day when the tickets we want for Shanghai with the boys should be possible and hopefully get John's as well. Of the 5 of us that lined up for tickets, 3 succeeded, 2 failed... but another aspect of life in China decoded. It's time for me to check our toaster oven:-) Hope you enjoy the latest pics, love kate and ...
On Tuesday my friend and I took the bus to the town of Luzhi, part of which is an ancient water town (town built on the canals). We walked along the canal, over bridges, talked with locals, and had lunch. This is a tourist area, a world heritage site, but it wasn't filled with hordes of people ...
... round, and even the 1 1/2 hours we had before closing time was barely enough for us walk through the expansive grounds properly. The ticket price included an official guide who took us through the main sections of the garden by way of introduction. Thankfully, at least we had the guide's assistance to better appreciate the place, its history, design and interesting tidbits. A pity about ...
Pardon the enema reference. I'm sure some found intrigue, rather than concern. That's my peeps! We crammed alot in that day and really fast. He he he.... So, I started out by riding the MAGLEV train which is the fastest train in the world. It utilizes an electromagnetic field to levitate the train and speed it at upwards of 230 MPH. We got from the center of Shanghai to the airport, which is about 30 miles, in 7 minutes. The world was whipping ...