Yun Ting Villa Zhouzhuang

No.99 Quanwang Road, Kunshan, Jiangsu, 215325, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Zhouzhuang area of Kunshan, is near Zhou Zhuang Water Village and Chess Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Kunshan

Space Oddity

A travel blog entry by johngalbraith13 on Jul 22, 2014

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... me a beer as a present :)

After school, I worked on my lesson for the next three days (my next turn on rotary is teaching songs :D)

I played around on my China guitar for a while as I figured out my lessons.

After that, Kristie and I spent some time singing country songs.

Oh how I have missed kx 94.7...

Dinner was fantastic- the best we have had all trip.

We realized that tomorrow is hump day for the ...


A travel blog entry by halliday on Oct 03, 2013

3 comments, 24 photos

... sweet) cut in half, another kind of shellfish for which there is no English equivalent, Chinese style bread, pork and a lot of other dishes that I can't remember. It was a banquet and try as we could there was no way we were going to finish it all.

Dr Chen spoke excellent English and was great company. He certainly has accomplished a lot and he is very proud of his achievements.

We strolled home to Gayle's apartment, has a hazelenut liqueur nightcap and ...

A Trip to Ancient Town

A travel blog entry by sirscottric on Aug 15, 2012

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... I'm convinced that it was not produced by the Chinese. We've heard from a few people that the Chinese are not so good at making tomato paste type products (for pizza and spaghetti). After dinner, we headed to Ashten's apartment to gather some stuff for Lindsey's job. Ashten was also nice enough to loan us a copy of the Rosetta Stone software for Mandarin. She said she bought it for about $10 from a guy (it normally costs $300 in the US) and it works perfectly fine. ...

Organic food

A travel blog entry by sanjon on Nov 17, 2010

3 comments, 18 photos

... of pong, but the smell is very reminiscent of blue cheese, and it tastes of, well, tofu. It's ubiquitous in night markets and snack-food streets.

Zhangcha (Tea-smoked Duck): OK, so this one wasn't challenging at all. We had it twice and it's quite wonderful. Both times it was served with beautiful clam-shaped buns called gebao.

Durian: This one could separate us. Sandra adores durian and buys it whenever she ...

Don't look now, but I think we're being watched...

A travel blog entry by sanjon on Nov 12, 2010

1 comment, 8 photos

... different kind of food that I've momentarily forgotten the name of.

It was actually kind of fun, but crowds don't bother me, Perrin seemed OK in her protective cordon and when we reached the far end of the street where it widened out, in contrast it seemed uncrowded, and we draw a deep breath and looked around.

Qibao is an example of an "ancient water town", which is the name given to towns incorporating canals.that still ...