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Jessica and Josh who are a couple from south Florida and it is her first time outside of the states. Josh’s dad has a flat in Suzhou where they have been living for almost a month.
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... and, despite inflated prices, the area is incredibly popular. It is best to arrive early and go straight to the beautiful and relatively peaceful Ming-dynasty Yu Gardens (Yu Yuan). A dumpling lunch, before the restaurants get too busy, will set you up for a hectic afternoon of shopping and haggling, followed by a cup of tea in the quaint Huxinting Teahouse.