Jin Lun Hotel

Address: No.58 Wuai North Road, Beitang District, Wuxi, Jiangsu, 214001, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Wu'ai Square area of Wuxi, is near Tai Hu Lake, Shuihu Town, Xihui Park, and Liyuan Garden.
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Travel Blogs from Wuxi

Suzhou, City of Canals

A travel blog entry by slax on Aug 24, 2015

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... trap. We'd been literally taken for a ride and decided to return to our hotel on our own. The oldsters walked back in a misty rain while Jordan and Riley would attempt to catch a taxi. We were about halfway back when a scooter with a large umbrella sped by carrying a driver and the Young Turners. 'Foreigners!' Riley shouted at us as they passed us. Our final meal together as a group was a low-key affair in the hotel as we recounted some of our favorite hotels, meals ...

Suzhou in the Rain

A travel blog entry by alcatrav on Jun 27, 2015

... than I was aware. We had our maps and GPS though so set off walking to Suzhou museum and the Humble Administrator's Garden. On the way we stopped at an art gallery which had a great mix of works from war to landscape and people and the place, although small, was genuinely interesting and thought provoking. It also provided a welcome break from the rain and some recently refurbished western style toilets (I am reliably informed). Onwards, we accidentally went into a museum ...

Humble administrator's garden

A travel blog entry by delafog on Jun 07, 2015

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The Venice of China

A travel blog entry by jer1983 on Jun 06, 2015

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... we discussed at length the long tem effects of the development boom in Shanghai. There is a bubble, but if/when it will burst is anybody's guess. At the end we had no conclusions. All I could do was take in all the sights and sounds of the city...


A travel blog entry by namladi on Jun 06, 2015

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... were beautiful reminders of Chinese attentiveness for detail and precision. Mandarin ducks swimming in the cool waterbodies represent love in the Chinese culture because if one partner dies then the other will starve to death.


A ride on the Chinese boat along the canal while listening to the boatman singing a love ballad was the high point of the day.