Ramada Kunshan

Address: No.868 Zhenchuan East Road, Kunshan, Jiangsu, 215300, China | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Downtown area of Kunshan, is near Twin Bridges (Shuang qiao), Shen's Residence, Quanfu Temple and Nanhu Garden, and Chengxu Taoist Temple.
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    Travel Blogs from Kunshan

    Mothers Day in Shanghai

    A travel blog entry by becwilliamson3 on May 10, 2015

    1 comment, 62 photos

    ... shaft, which I don’t quite understand (will have to investigate). The view was amazing! Certainly a memorable Mothers Day.

    After lunch we caught the subway to the Hongqiao Train Station to catch our fast-train home. We arrived at the station about 3.45pm and lined up at a few different ticket windows before we found an English speaker. Even though a train left every 15-20 minutes, we had to wait 2.5 hrs for the next ...

    Day 20 - Trip to "water town" Jinxhi

    A travel blog entry by elsabae on Apr 16, 2015

    9 photos

    ... Saw lots of families today and quite a few toddlers, thus the buns on display. Traditionally, Chinese children do not wear diapers, although in the larger cities it is becoming more common. As Jason pointed out, it is not healthy for a child to be in a wet diaper. He has a point - diapers are really for the sensibilities and convenience of adults. Chinese toddlers have split pants so whenever they need to pee they just squat and get it over with. Not that you see them squatting on ...

    Working Our Way North

    A travel blog entry by bat1chief.cj on Apr 16, 2015

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... calligraphy pens, fans and book marks. The vendor speaks to everyone passing by on the street, gesturing for them to see his wares. He stands strategically so he can also monitor the passing motorbikes. Every once in a while, a bike will pull up. At the curb the men exchange Yuan and the amber liquid fills the tank of the motorbike.

    Before dinner, Bruce took two towels from our bathroom and started to twist. He coiled one end and added a ...

    The Plan

    A travel blog entry by 60daysinchina on Nov 19, 2014


    ... sup> of December provided that the doctor can deliver on his promise of more blood. If not than I would just hop a flight back to the U.S. These are the considerations that went into our decision; First of all we chose to go to Thailand, Cambodia and Hong Kong because we were going to be in this part of the world and they were the countries outside of China that held some interest for us and had reasonable prices (Japan was super expensive!). ...

    In the Air!

    A travel blog entry by k.newton on Jul 11, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    Hey everyone!

    ``leaving on a jet plane...``

    I have never been a good flier, granted I have never really been on a plane, so 14 and a half hours was a big step for me. Our flight out of Toronto was delayed by an hour because of traffic at the Shanghai Airport they were worried they wouldn`t be able to park us due to a build up of planes at the arrival terminals. The delay wasn`t too bad, I was so scared to actually board ...