Holiday Inn Express Changshu
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We took the High speed train today....wow its fast 300 km/hr! Visited the the Humble Administrator's Garden, covering about 12.85 acres in size, . Due to its unique designs and architecture. In 1513, Wang Xiancheng, an Imperial Envoy and poet of the Ming Dynasty created a garden on the site of the dilapidated Dahong Temple which had been burnt …
... see it again before we leave. The humid conditions gave way to rain, so with the purchase of an umbrella we continued our walk through these delightful alleyways. Andrew arranged to meet up with some friends at a local Italian restaurant. A very authentic place for great Italian food as well as wonderful atmosphere. We later returned to Gavin's shop where he prepared us a serving of coffee and cup cakes. They were ...
Left Tewkesbury and caught 8 o'clock bus to Cheltenham and had breakfast at wetherspoons before catching coach at 10.15 (1st May). Arrived at Heathrow in good time. All went smoothly and checked in at airport in good time. Flight went 15 minutes late but still arrived 15 minutes early in Beijing (2nd May) at 9.15. Guy collected us in taxi as soon as we went through customs and whisked us off to hotel to check in. Very busy area and buzzing all around. Had couple of hours ...
... Museum there was a 73 year old woman whose speciality was fish. She works six days a week, sewing single and double sided intricate designed wall hangings, pictures and fire screens. She splits one thread of silk into 24! It was almost impossible to see the resulting threads. She spends 2 years on one embroidery. Amazing and unique work which was for sale at varying prices up to £16000. We didn't buy one! ...
... t keen on strawberries so we sat under a gazebo while their kebabs were cooked and eaten. Now fully satisfied food wise we walked back to the canal and found a bar serving cocktails so we could sit down and relax for a bit before going back to the hostel for bed.
Friday saw us up and out to go to the Silk Museum, one of the famous sights in Suzhou and a good indoor option as it was raining. As it turned out this took some finding as our taxi driver didn’t actually know ...