Mercure Suzhou Park Hotel and Suites
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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 ...
... in a lane to allow passengers to get in or out. Speed limit for passenger cars is around 100kph. Certain vehicles are not allowed on the highways during peak periods and the cameras seemed to be flashing constantly as we drive along. We headed off to the Tiger Hill Garden. There was quite a deal of walking here with Billy slotting in a number of stops so we could have a break and he gave us a lot of the history of the area. Lots of photos taken (by and OF us) during the day - ...
... at will (regardless of the traffic lights)! Billy is also a very competent English speaker and is very knowledgeable about the areas we are travelling through. There is a lot of construction being carried on - both businesses and accommodation. In some cases this appears to be both (i.e. Sleep where you work). One place Bill pointed out to us was where the government has offered new graduates free rent of business space for two years to get them ...
... the canal, although sometimes a little smelly. Then off to the Soho Silk Museum. Walk through and see how they feed the worms, get the silk out of the cocoon, then weave the silk. Some of the garments made out of the silk are amazing, the colours, patterns and intricate detail. Then it was a quick visit to Tiger Hill to see the Leaning Pagoda, yes that is right the Leaning Pagoda, not quite as well known as the leaning Tower of Pisa, ...
... off into the night, so our bus back was less than full. They dropped us off somewhere near where we had booked the tour earlier. From there Tammy and I got some noodles for dinner and walked back to the hostel. On our last day in Suzhou we went to a garden - you could say we went to the garden. We went to the Humble Administrator’s Garden, which is the largest garden in Suzhou. That also means it’s probably the busiest garden in Suzhou and it was packed with tourists, but ...