Wuxi Grand Hotel

No.1 Liangqing Road, Binhu District, Wuxi, Jiangsu, 214061, China | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Wuxi

Password Woes

A travel blog entry by chloecd

... of my favourite book when I was four years old.

Is it not my decision as to how secure I want my account to be? I don't save any payment details on their site... so the worst that will happen is someone books a hostel in my name! (I do know that identity theft can happen, but there are sites with far more information about me that have far fewer password rules - take Amazon as an easy example!)

Anyway, rant over. Hope you all have a lovely week!
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The Silence Before The Storm

A travel blog entry by m.and.m

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... br> Their are only few people of such kind you meet inlife and we appreceate to be one of the fortunate once who can call them our friends.

Thank you guys for everything, all the good times we had, the support, the fun but also the sorros we could share. We look very much forward to welcome you in the future! Nothing will end here, its just a change in frequency of our ...

Eat The Best & Stew The Rest

A travel blog entry by m.and.m

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... its slightly too heavy.


THERE YOU GO
It makes no difference how many times you do it, it still is a very special feeling when you see all your belongings on one little truck driving away with no clue when or if you ever see them ...

Have you brought me to an industrial park?

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin

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... Schadenfreude.We had a lazy second day, followed by a trip to the famous canals - more canals! - of Pingyang Road and the Suzhou city centre. This was one part of town where the Chinese have not concreted over the old canals, and the result is a pleasant walking street next to the water. It even had gondola, Chinese-style. We had dinner at Bookworm, a trendy bar in central Suzhou, which featured a very good English library.

Sunday ...

At Humble Administrator's Garden

A travel blog entry by bettywakia

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... the Unsuccessful Politician'. The administrator became humble after being accused of corruption.

The Humble Administrator's Garden was originally built in 1509 during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). It was initially a private garden of a former government servant named Wang Xianchen. It was said he intended to build a garden after retired and just do some gardening work like planting trees and vegetables there, which was said to be the life of a ...

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This 3 star hotel is located in the Wu'ai Square area of Wuxi.
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