Wuxi Grand Hotel

Address: No.1 Liangqing Road, Binhu District, Wuxi, Jiangsu, 214061, China | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located in the Wu'ai Square area of Wuxi.
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    Travel Blogs from Wuxi

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    Fast Train

    A travel blog entry by maureen58 on May 08, 2015

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    ... we enjoyed the best coffee since leaving Australia. Coffee over here is not so great. It might have something to do with the powdered milk. Our time with Andrew came to a very sudden end. He hopped onto Line 10, we changed our journey to Line 11. We have thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to spend some time with him in China and experience this country with the assistance from someone who has lived here for a significant ...

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    A travel blog entry by crumble14 on May 06, 2015

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    ... still tucked up in bed We have done a fair bit since our last blog. Climbed the Great Wall thousands of steps! Bit stiff after but well worth it. The views were spectacular and had a well earned beer when we got back to the bottom. Yesterday we saw the terracotta warriors. Not sure what I expected but it was different to how we imagined them to be. They are still working on it and have many more to uncover yet. To finish the day off, we had a long walk around the city of ...

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    A travel blog entry by lesleyandalan on Apr 29, 2015

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    Xulander's Chinese adventure 4

    A travel blog entry by xulander on Jul 31, 2013

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