Jinling Garden Hotel Taicang
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... begins to emit smoke. As the lotus continues to bloom a baby Buddha statue slowly rises from the smoke until the lotus is completely open. At this point Buddha behind to very slowly rotate while the dragons shoot water up to wash him. The whole time this was happening music played in the background and people collected water from fountains on the sides of the statue, I'm not sure why. From there I began to make my way to the giant Buddha. The park it's ...
... shown the extensive collection of rocks (which was even less exciting) and visit a couple of the more scenic streets adjoining the canal. After a quick look around a local market we got dolled up for a posh meal out...at Pizza Hut (unanimous decision by the girls of our tour group, not particularly cultural but there is only so much rice a person can eat!).
Next day we were on the move again, this time on the bullet train to Shanghai (China's most populous ...
... get to the other side. I walked back upstairs and out to the street. I could see my hotel from where I was standing so I enjoyed a brisk walk back to the hotel from street level. I got back without any issues.
As usual I just went back to the apartment and waited for Renee to get home so we could go to dinner. I got one blog entry written while I was waiting, so the day didn’t turn out to be a complete loss.
... second floor. When we arrived what we saw was some sort of mutant Dollar store fused with a Cosco. It was a daunting place that was quite Tardis like. (It looked bigger on the inside.)
Renee and I made our way through the electronics department to the small appliances for a hair dryer. We were quite pleased to find someone there who spoke a bit of English and not only helped Renee select a hair dryer but demonstrated them as well. Try and ...
... 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 ...