Fraser Suites Suzhou
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFraser Suites Suzhou
Not many things come for free in China. Living here the last 5 years I actually cant think of anything besides smog, dust, noise and commercial text messages.
So the fantastic view over the SIP and JinJiHu from the hotelbar on the 55 floor is really the exception to the rule.
Luckiely none of the Lonely Planet guys was here yet so you can enjoy it all by yourselve. Only a few hotel guests might get lost and end up here. Even most of the locals dont know this spot, a real secret hidden treasure.
The cherry on top of the cake is that you can enjoy the hotel's incredible fast VPN tunnel via the free wifi!
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
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... stopped working during the night) to be serviced. Bill had arrived and all appeared to have been sorted. Returning to the traffic. It really is amazing! They drive on left hand side of the road and, like the USA, a right-hand turn I'd permitted on a red light if it is safe to do so. The safety aspect doesn't seem to come into the equation as we watch and our drivers negotiate round cars and bikes that seem to turn when it suits them. ...
Met after breakfast with Billy and driver to take us to Zhouzhuang Water Town. The driving certainly has us holding our breath at times as we seem to slip into non-existent spaces between vehicles (or other cars, bikes, trucks, etc seem to miraculously avoid collecting us as they merge into ourline of traffic from almost any direction). There are road laws, but they don't seem to apply to bikes or the numerous electric motor scooters that choose to cross ...
... international window for the world it is all pretty impressive. Old Suzhou really is old with amazing gardens and buildings. So, we are in The Lingering Garden and Mike needs the loo and I am to go ahead to the cafe. But, I can't find the cafe, get seriously lost until eventually I find an exit. I remember the instructions being if we get lost go back to the bus. Only problem is I have come out of ...
... cleanest or most organized hostel I’ve ever stayed at, but the price was right and the location was great. Just around the corner from the hostel was a small street full of little eateries where we got fried dumplings and bread for breakfast the next day. Then it was just a short walk to the Suzhou silk museum. All museums in China are free, which is nice, and this one was quite good. They had live silkworms and old working looms that people were actually working with. Then ...
... and we had a quiet weekend around Suzhou – I didn’t even have that many classes because they were all off at the school farm. I might mention that I would LOVE to go see a Chinese school farm to the teachers at some point, but not at the moment as I’m appreciating the downtime!
So, after my last update I did have a beautiful relaxing weekend – we did manage to cycle to the lake and a bit of the way around, but the path stopped so we turned around. ...