Pullman Kunshan Newport Hotel

No.505 Bailu North Road, Kunshan, Jiangsu, 215316, China | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kunshan

Goodbye Shanghai

A travel blog entry by ssmalley


... added about an extra hour to the already uncomfortable trip. Virgin Atlantic is not comparable to flying AirNZ. Although you get your own screen, the technology is less advanced with everything on channels, so it's like watching TV - you can't watch a movie from the start or pause/rewind/fast forward if your timing is off. It also seemed to crash an awful lot. The food is also not as good, but there was certainly heaps of it - it seemed like the air ...

First Steps in Shanghai

A travel blog entry by kgratz


... colonization, when Britain and France had great influence in China, the Bund was the international financial district, and the architecture shows it. There was even a replica of the Raging Bull of Wall Street, but the Shanghai version was made with bigger balls.
Across the river from the Bund is Pudong, the new district. That area of the city was populated by skyscrapers with lights all around.
We had Jimmy pick us ...

The things I plan to do

A travel blog entry by starlagurl


The day that I got my visa to work in China, I bought my ticket to Australia. I have quite a few friends in Sydney and Melbourne, so why not?

Rachel (http://blog.travelpod.com/members/chel i) and I will be going skiing in August and to the opening night of the Melbourne Writers' Festival. Where the Moth will be holding a fancy event.

Me and Tess (from Ottawa) ...

Riverside Revolutionaries

A travel blog entry by jameshardy88


... br> Still the rain was not entirely a bad thing as that combined with the fact that it was a weekday seemed to have kept the tourists away and I had the village virtually to myself. Similar if not quite so quaint as Zhujiajio, Tongli again had lots of gardens, temples and old houses to explore. As nice as this place was, having seen it I did feel vindicated in deciding to skip going to the other big canal town of Luzhi. It is a little bit of a ...

The Struggle for Liberation

A travel blog entry by wandertrust


... to an indoor ski resort that Jake wanted to visit. Well, we TRIED to go to one. We had to take the subway something like 12 stops to get all the way there and then were forced to walk about 3 miles after the last stop. After about 1 and 1/2 miles, Jenn, Courtney, and I decided to turn around and just head back. We had no intention of skiing in the first place, and decided it would just be better to start heading back before it started to get dark. Lucky for us we made ...

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This 4 star hotel, located in the Downtown area of Kunshan, is near Twin Bridges (Shuang qiao), Shen's Residence, Quanfu Temple and Nanhu Garden, and Chengxu Taoist Temple.
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