Loudong Hotel

Address: No.6 Xianfu Street, Taicang, Jiangsu, 215400, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Downtown area of Taicang.
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    #20 9 months in!! Time's a-ticking....

    A travel blog entry by shereebarker92 on Nov 24, 2014

    48 photos

    ... cream to pipe all the different decorations, looked so posh yet only took her around 5 mins! - went to Golden Coffee for lunch, Laura joined us as she had just come anyway for her lunch away from school! Got Nana and Grandad's favourite cabbage dish and some chilli with shredded beef. Yummy! - 5pm was time for a meal at Mr Tangs, which was great as nana and grandad could experience a real Chinese home. Had some yummy dishes, such as duck, taro (which is like potato), turnip in ...

    From Shanghai and Huanzhou

    A travel blog entry by susanne.gilmour on Apr 12, 2012

    11 photos

    ... that once reigned there, despite wall to wall tourists. Little water falls, large ponds with gold fish, spanned by roofed and curving bridges, pebbled alcoves where enormous boulders ‘collected’ for their interesting shapes, quiet pavilions with laced timber windows which frame interesting views are created and placed in such a way that you feel you are in sprawlng parkland whereas you are really only in a large garden. Quite ...

    Shanghai on foot

    A travel blog entry by r.king on Jun 24, 2011

    42 photos

    ... on water.

    Next stop? The Bund. The Bund is a wonderful area along the riverside. It stretches for several miles. On the west side of the river you can get an excellent view of the Oriental Pearl Tower and the many skyscrapers. I walked for a few miles along the river before returning to the metro to visit the east side.

    I exited at the Shanghai Science and Technology Museum metro station and spent 20 minutes trying ...


    A travel blog entry by beckano on Mar 06, 2011

    35 photos

    ... masses, slowly trudging in the direction of our hostel. Aside from the blur of Asian facial features in the fast-moving smartly dressed crowd, and the occasional neon sign buzzing in incomprehensible Chinese text, I still did not feel like I was in China. At first glance, the city seemed to lack any unique personality. It felt big, busy and banal. But as time progressed the city slowly revealed its more interesting and lovable self...

    Our hostel was teeming with an ...

    French Quarter

    A travel blog entry by geeijo on Jun 11, 2010

    7 photos

    ... and a smattering of Embassies so its obviously still and expat type area. I ended this at a small place called Ginger - a cafe out the back of a lane that was really nice. Even nicer was the glass of Spanish wine and chocolate cake I splurged on for afternoon tea (I am on holiday after all!)
    Then it was back to the hotel to change and get back to people square to meet Christina from the tour - this proved interesting as it was now ...