Aishangjia Hotel

No.26 Shuangcheng Alley, Guanqian Street, Suzhou, Jiangsu, 215005, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Suzhou

Password Woes

A travel blog entry by chloecd

... my phone. Next I had to input my password. I cycled every version of my passwords I could think of and not one of them worked.

Because they not only want both capital and lowercase letters, they also want numbers and symbols. So I imagine ABcd123$! would work. My password for HostelWorld is more secure and complicated than my online banking password! I was just waiting for them to start asking security question about the colour of the cat on the ...

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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What to pack what to throw away what to leave behind and what to send away.... No matter which, sooner or later it all has to end up in a bag or a box.

BADPACK
Finally the backpack is packed and ready to go but as usuall on the ...

Have you brought me to an industrial park?

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin

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... we had an hour at the Silk Museum, followed by a walk around one of Suzhou's most famous gardens. The Silk Museum provided a decent narrative of Suzhou and its role in the silk trade and importance on the Silk Road. The gardens, dating back about 400 years, were named "The Humble Administrator's Garden", but were certainly not humble. The place was absolutely packed with Chinese tourists, not deterred by the expensive entrance price.
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At Humble Administrator's Garden

A travel blog entry by bettywakia

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The Humble Administrator's Garden is the largest classical garden in Suzhou and one of the most famous gardens in China. It is considered as one of China's four most attractive gardens, along with the Summer Palace in Beijing, the Mountain Resort of Chengde and the Lingering Garden in Suzhou. It was a scholar garden during the T'ang dynasty and a monastery garden during the Yuan dynasty. It then changed hands many times. The garden was also known as the ...

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This hotel, located in the Pingjiang District area of Suzhou, is near Humble Administrator's Garden, Tongli Town, Tiger Hill, and Liu Lingering Garden.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent