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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 …
... teachers and with two very lovely Chinese women on their way home to Shanghai. I was very grateful that my seat buddy was willing to lend me her electrical socket since none of the window seats were equipped..I found that odd...
``Oh, we gave you a window seat, NO ELECTRICITY FOR YOU!``
There was a language barrier between my seat buddy and I, she did get stuck in her seatbelt and I helped her unlock it, we seemed to ...
Hey everyone, just wanted to let everyone know John and have arrived in China!
All I will say so far is that it is interesting...
We don't have converters for the outlets to charge our computers so I am going to wait until tomorrow to post an update of the flight and first experiences in China!
Stay tuned and love you all,
... we split up into two tables. Overall we had something like 12 dishes total-- there was duck, fish, lotus, broccoli, watermelon, curry, beef, rice, ham and more. Once we were full and done sitting around talking, we went back outside to see the skyline lit up. Seeing that at night was one of my most favorite things we do so far on the ...
Today started of by taking an hour long bus ride ride to Taihu Lake. Once there, we drove around the coat on the bus, stopped to take some photos and walked around a small village. After Taihu Lake, we visited a garden an country yard house wee we walked around the garden and explored the building. We crossed the street to a local restaurant where we all had noodle dishes. Mine was the vegetable dish that had tofu, mushrooms and bamboo shoots. Once we finished lunch ...
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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.