Youngor Leidisen Hotel
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... canal the longest man made canal in the world, (1900km), hand dug by millions of people through forced labour some 15 hundred years ago it stretches all the way to Beijing.
At the end of the boat trip we walked over one of the many narrow bridges and then a long walk through the congested vibrant market. Lots of fresh food, really fresh, still alive.
... the different aspects of the Buddha as well as giant Buddha shrine. Unfortunately there usually isn't much information posted around the temples about when they were built, if they have been reconstructed etc. riding around on the city bus is a nice way to see the city and all of the different buildings all over it. At night we walked down East Nanjing Road, stopping at a small open air cafe to have a beer, some chicken, and popcorn. Mom experienced sweet popcorn. The ...
... china" the street follows this long canal, it's very beautiful but of course there was more people than there was room to walk. We were all hungry by now so we headed into a restaurant for lunch, now obviously as reading Chinese is way harder than speaking Chinese we always find a restaurant with pictures on the menu (or an English translation if we are lucky) today was one of those lucky days where the menu offered could be English or Chinese… and they had “shanghai sweet ...
Today is our last full day in mainland China and we are going to Suzhou on the fast train. We met Andrew in the metro at an arranged station then proceeded to the high speed railway network. It is a massive centre with trains departing for all areas of China at very regular intervals. It was a little like being at an airport. Details of departures and arrivals were displayed on large screens and from here we determined ...
... who have them, and it should work instead. I just love bureaucracy!
Anyway, after the stress of this (which was, after about 3 and a half hours sleep – self-inflicted pain of course, but still worth mentioning, to show the frame of mind most people were in!) a group of us went and sat in the park. It was lovely and relaxed – and very English! We couldn’t actually find an entrance to the park, but there was ...