Pod Inn Suzhou Yuanqu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... trap. We'd been literally taken for a ride and decided to return to our hotel on our own. The oldsters walked back in a misty rain while Jordan and Riley would attempt to catch a taxi. We were about halfway back when a scooter with a large umbrella sped by carrying a driver and the Young Turners. 'Foreigners!' Riley shouted at us as they passed us. Our final meal together as a group was a low-key affair in the hotel as we recounted some of our favorite hotels, meals ...
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