Jinji Lake Shilla Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... couldn't imagine never seeing my host family again! Saying bye was the hardest thing about this trip, the amount of times we said bye and gave each other hugs were un-countable! There were tears, hugs and sadness, all different emotions from the first day we met them! Hopefully we will make their time in Australia just as incredible as they made it for us! Two hearts
After we said our byes, we went ...
... art the children had a lesson in paper cutting so the finale to the lesson was watching a video of Cinderella where the illustrations were created using paper cutting. In music, the lesson had been about tempo, beat, dynamics. The finale was listening to the same piece played by an orchestra accompanying a choir. The kids did find it a little hard to sit for 45 minutes. Not one student left the room to go to the bathroom! After lunch it was Club time. We went first to the straw ...
... the great range of dishes. For some reason four gardens had been slotted into our itinerary and Billy decided this was too much and thought we might prefer a cruise along the Grand Canal. Wanting to rest our legs for a bit, we readily agreed! This proved to be an interesting trip - part of it was like travelling along the canals in Venice, being very narrow and having a number of boats travelling along it. People living their lives in full view of anyone travelling past - ...
... don't buy a green Chinese cap (with the red star) - it basically means your wife is having an affair! Doesn't stop them being sold to the tourists! It was an hour and a half drive then to our hotel in Suzhou. It was located down a narrow, crowded (aren't they all) street with lots of shops selling jade. It took a little while settling in - discovering breakfast wasn't to be supplied (a few phone calls should hopefully sort it out) - and then Greg and ...
... some of the pagodas in the area have been retrofitted with elevators), we were literally overlooking the entire old town section of Suzhou. The bad news is the air quality was horrendous, over 200, and some of the worst JP and Carolina have seen since arriving in China a few months ago. Visibility suffered, and it actually burned my eyes. I could feel it a little bit in my lungs, too. This was my biggest concern about coming to China.
Luckily, the next bit of touring ...