Jinling Garden Hotel Taicang
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to the pick up point. He would be there within minutes with a smile and laugh even though we could not speak each other's language. Ok was the word of the afternoon. The team was very happy to supplement the guide and drivers tipping fund based on their willingness to help us out beyond the call of duty. Due to government warnings to keep indoors, there was little traffic on the roads. A rare experience in ...
... and has musicians playing. Home on the metro. A great introduction to our few days with Linda and David. We are loving being back in Asia - the tastes, sights and some of the smells! We have been impressed by people's kindness in helping us out when needed, the layout of the infrastructure in such a massive city, and the lack of noise compared to places like Ho Chi Minh. They hardly ever toot horns here, despite drivers doing u-turns in the middle of busy ...
... be time to call it a night and headed out for a taxi. Glancing at the nearest large junction we spotted a sports bar, so thought we'd pop in for a night cap. The Camel bar is fairly British and features a number of beers on tap including IPA!! We behaved and didn't drink the bar dry, but it was the best beer either of us had drunk since we were in the UK and a real treat - just a bit of a shame there was chav ball on TV, and the Manchester derby at ...
... rest before heading out for our final farewell dinner. After one last family style Chinese feast we navigated our way through the packed subway and arrived at an acrobatics show. The show was impressive with some incredible contortionists and 10 men riding on motorbikes inside a steal globe. It was a great way to finish off China. We arrived late to our hotel and said our final goodbyes to our eclectic travel companions before falling into ...
... swanky). The Bureau Director welcomed us and then we were entertained by local school children playing traditional instruments, singing & dancing. The kids were very happy with fish & chips and spaghetti bolognaise being available. After 5 days of Chinese dishes, the kitchen staff found it difficult to keep up with the demand for the fries! Old Orchard can be very proud of the way Edward, Yanling and Martin carried themselves today. They have been wonderful ambassadors for our ...