Fraser Suites Suzhou
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Now its official: We are bums.
Hobos, dossers, tramps, in other words homeless. Though we like refer to our current social status more as: clochards. That lifts you up already 2 levels above all the other tossers...
Ahhhh...french... what a beautyfull language.
Now I just wonder if anyone ever examined the relation between living …
... worse, and the metal buildings in front are just hellish –in the open area there is a long trough with running water – I think they wash clothes there. It seems these are not peasants, because many have cars and electric bikes or scooters. You often see the old people walking over to the shopping center here at night, just to get out of the close quarters. The night air is always more refreshing. Days are pretty ...
... who have them, and it should work instead. I just love bureaucracy!
Anyway, after the stress of this (which was, after about 3 and a half hours sleep – self-inflicted pain of course, but still worth mentioning, to show the frame of mind most people were in!) a group of us went and sat in the park. It was lovely and relaxed – and very English! We couldn’t actually find an entrance to the park, but there was ...
... desk told me they didn’t have any. About 15 minutes later she knocked on our door with something I’ve always wanted – a large clothing steamer. I’m loving it!! We're enjoying all this while we have it - next month it's back to the school apartment which 'm sure will need lots of cleaning. I think with a comfy mattress cover and some new bedding we'll be fine! ...
So we arrived in Suzhou at around 9.30 and the weather was nice. We got two taxis between our group to the hotel, and then had the rest of the morning free to catch up on sleep, freshen up and/or explore the area and use the wifi to get back in touch with the rest of the world!!!!
After this we met up with the group and went on a tour of one of the renowned Chinese gardens - the exquisite 'Master ...
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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.