Marco Polo Suzhou
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The weather was a bit polluted today: factories starting up at the end of Tomb Sweeping Festival. We got a taxi to Tong Li, the ancient water town. We had a lovely day wandering down little streets by the canals. Some of the properties are being renovated, but many are still the way they have been for hundreds of years. We had lovely coffee and cheesecake in a gorgeous little cafe by the canal. Then we had some absolutely mingling dumplings in a little ...
... the silk jackets, but they were a standardised pyjama-type style and weren't as nice as the ones Will had had made at Bububu by Mr Lin and Mr Guan. We were meant to be meeting Richard Kemp for supper, but although he had checked into the hotel, he was not contactable, which was a shame. So we walked along the road and found a Korean restaurant and had supper. Another lovely ...
... a canvas man bag in one lovely boutique with a very nice owner who spoke excellent English. In the evening we went to Zapata's which is on Jinji Lake and had a Mexican meal whilst watching the light and fountain show from the balcony. The light show was lovely and although it was a bit cold sitting outside we had a good evening. We then walked to the Crowne Plaza Hotel, which is a new hotel built in the shape of a cruise ship and had a drink before getting a taxi back to our ...
... having Nanny and Grandad bring it out with them (they’re going to be here next week!), but I just mentioned to Kevin at the Bookworm that I wanted to get one. He mentioned that it may be cheaper to get it here in China, and it definitely was. He managed to find me the next model up, for the same price as the camera I had been looking at in the UK. So I ended up getting probably at least £550 worth of camera for only £340. Not bad! ...
All the AQMs met at the Crown Plaza Hotel Wuxi on Friday 7th March for the second Dipont STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) fair. The event started with a University Challenge quiz for the students, followed by a meal.
The following day we walked down to Tian Yi school (one of my centres), which is a beautiful centre on a lovely campus, for the presentations.
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