Wuxi International Hotel

Address: No.88 Qiandong Street, Wuxi, Jiangsu, 214005, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Zhongshan Road area of Wuxi, is near Tai Hu Lake, Shuihu Town, Xihui Park, and Liyuan Garden.
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    Travel Blogs from Wuxi

    Suzhou, City of Canals

    A travel blog entry by slax on Aug 24, 2015

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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 ...

    Suzhou in the Rain

    A travel blog entry by alcatrav on Jun 27, 2015

    ... one long table. Veggie options were a little limited but after all the walking a pizza sounded acceptable to me. Unfortunately it was very oily and thick based but the beer and company were good so no complaints really, and most of the other meals looked very delicious. We headed back to the hostel, getting soaked again and then bought them out of beer and sat up playing drinking games until late. It was a really great night after a fun and full day and I am looking forward to ...

    Humble administrator's garden

    A travel blog entry by delafog on Jun 07, 2015

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    The Venice of China

    A travel blog entry by jer1983 on Jun 06, 2015

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    ... we discussed at length the long tem effects of the development boom in Shanghai. There is a bubble, but if/when it will burst is anybody's guess. At the end we had no conclusions. All I could do was take in all the sights and sounds of the city...


    A travel blog entry by namladi on Jun 06, 2015

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    ... were beautiful reminders of Chinese attentiveness for detail and precision. Mandarin ducks swimming in the cool waterbodies represent love in the Chinese culture because if one partner dies then the other will starve to death.


    A ride on the Chinese boat along the canal while listening to the boatman singing a love ballad was the high point of the day.