Li Jia Hotel

No.801 Xiaolin Road, Kunshan, Jiangsu, 215316, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kunshan

Oh 'hai

A travel blog entry by aarondewitt


Arrived in Shanghai more or less on time around 230pm. I took a shuttle bus in from the airport, so got to see the rising suburbs and traffic. Found my hostel without much problem, then went and walked around for a while with a Dutch guy who took the train from Moscow. Mostly I walked Nianjing Rd in JiangAn--where my hostel is-- to the area called ...

Pagoda then off to Shanghai

A travel blog entry by hallenmont


... more people about. It was worth the effort as the lights are stunning. Even with the big crowds it is very safe, The only aspect to be wary of is the pickpocket business and the vendor who may try to short change you, by giving 50 cent notes instead of $5.00. The advice we are given is get to know the currency and don't talk to strangers.

Tomorrow we will visit the Bund and explore ...

Dancing in Fuxing

A travel blog entry by kgratz


... br> The sidewalks were full of groups of people dancing. They were big groups with boomboxes playing music. They were basically line-dancing, but to pop music or Chinese. On the next sidewalk, there was a big group of people waltzing. We walked through them, towards a fountain. Surrounding the fountain was a bunch of benches, with people sitting, old couples, and one man praying. Beyond ...

Shanghai in 3 days.....

A travel blog entry by nlmiller55


... seemed a little hard to flag one down. We began to head in the direction of The Bund incase we couldn't catch one and it was a good job we did as the time had now reached 6.45pm and we began to run! We made it as far as reaching the front of The Bund but was still around half a Km away from the boat and the time had now reached 6.55pm. The boat was leaving in 5 mins....We managed to sprint the full way and just reach the boat in time! As we jumped on board everyone was sat inside, ...

Green Tea cure-all

A travel blog entry by julie.tennett

... the tea. We were certainly convinced but didn't buy either the tea or the pills that were on offer. We are determined to make a switch after the holiday from our bushels tea with milk to green tea. There is more than enough good quality green tea available in Oz.
We had lunch at a little restaurant in the Dragon Well village and the food was certainly an improvement to what we'd had in Wuxi, but the toilets were just too awful for words. What a shame that ...


This hotel, located on No.801 Xiaolin Road, Kunshan, is near Twin Bridges (Shuang qiao), Shen's Residence, Quanfu Temple and Nanhu Garden, and Chengxu Taoist Temple.
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