Windsor Park Hotel
Travel Blogs from Kunshan
... my picture too, then he got a passer-by to take one of me & him, whilst he perched on the back of my bike! Still makes me laugh how the locals are sometimes fascinated by us foreigners & want photos with us!
The rest of the day was fairly chilled, Paddy’s for lunch, a bit of shopping, then met friends in town around 5pm for the rest of the evening, but were home by 10pm, unheard of for a Saturday night! Andy hadn’t slept well ...
... Rhonda, hosted a phenomenal Thanksgiving dinner! She had turkey and ham and all her guests brought a dish that we usually have at home. This got pretty interesting as many of the ingredients we might use at home are no where to be found in China. However, I do believe I successfully managed a green bean casserole with cup-o-soup, onion, green beans and stuffing...it totally worked. :) Thank you SO SO SO SO SO SO much, Rhonda!!!! It was an ...
... s a fine line that we walk as people and as travelers between expecting the worst and becoming disappointed when we don't experience the best. The third reaction I mentioned from the dumpling making event illustrates a good balance between the two. I believe those people went into that event open to the possibilities of what it might bring without leaning towards pessimism or optimism too much. As a result, they had a good time and taught me a valuable lesson in how to ...
... They had their own coffee counter hahaha. They had just remodeled, and didn’t have English subtitles, just pictures and numbers. SO when I told Morgan we wanted Big Macs, he thought I could read Mandarin lolz. He was still very impressed that I had figured out how to read this said menu quickly, even though it really was just like being in the US. He then took us to a bakery, which we will visit the next morning hopefully to get some breakfast. He dropped us off and we’ll ...
... have to pay for anyway.
The ancient town didn't seem very ancient. It actually looked quite new, but I guess the style is considered ancient. Luzhi reminded me a bit of Suzhou + Mudu. There was a whole lane of stinky tofu - yes, I thought I was going to hurl. But other than the stinky smell, the town was quaint and nice. I would recommend going for 1/2 a day, but nothing more. And ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool