Youngor Leidisen Hotel
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... s Garden. While lovely, it was crowded and not free. Riley and Jordan joined us for s boat tour of the famous canals of Suzhou. We negotiated a 'deal' for five of us to go for the price of one: ¥120. We soon learned why. We were herded into a small, crowded room full of others, then herded onto a tour bus. What was sold to us as a 50 minute circular tour of the canals turned out to be a long bus ride followed by a cursory ride on a boat followed by a stop at ...
... in. The old town is surrounded by a canal and is very cute with old style, low rise buildings, lots of lanterns hanging and boats moving slowly round. Our walking was at a slow pace as it is so picturesque! After a while wandering we found somewhere for lunch, and decided to ask for a couple of things we knew we would like (tofu, rice, chicken) but then we just did the "point at a random item" ordering method. ...
... kindly provided speed updates a-la Concorde. I was seated beside Gordon which gave me a good chance to get chatting with him and catch him up on the time he'd missed. We all nearly got off at the wrong stop though as the stop before had the town name in it, it just also said something else! A helpful man asked the guard and all was well. I was surprised when we got off the train to be greeted by so many touts selling maps and tours of the area. Clearly this is far more of a ...
... so tall that your neck hurts. However, equally we love the picturesque gardens and temples that China has to offer. So we get the best of both worlds here. On Saturday, we met with Bruce's friend Jessie and her daughter. They live in Suzhou so we had expert tour guides. We had breakfast at the hotel, which we have tried to avoid in hotels since our time in Yangshuo. Neither of us are that keen on eating rice first thing in the morning, and the steamed buns ...
... We actually take one of these phrases to heart: “Face it, accept it, handle it, put it down.” Another phrase: “The heart is like a house.” Lastly, “Happiness is like the butterfly. Use a net to catch it and it always moves. Be calm and it will land on your shoulder.” We are sorry to leave this very peaceful and calming area. We load up on the bus and head for the canal boats. Our driver stops across ...