Xingkong Inn

No.166 Pingjiang Road, Pingjiang District, Suzhou, Jiangsu, 215001, China | Inn
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This inn is located on No.166 Pingjiang Road, Pingjiang District, Suzhou.
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Travel Blogs from Suzhou

Settling In

A travel blog entry by chloecd on Sep 05, 2013

... realised I'm in two primary schools - when they were telling us the schools we were in, I was told Suzhou Experimental Primary School, A Primary School Attached to Xinsu Normal School, so I thought that SEPS was attached to Xinsu, but no I'm working at SEPS and Xinsu Primary School. I went to XPS yesterday, and I'm only teaching 4 classes there - although each of those classes has about 40-45 students in. I have my own desk, and ...

Cosmopolitan Shanghai

A travel blog entry by mlangie on Jul 11, 2013

1 comment, 16 photos

... up our tour of Shanghai, and ultimately, all of China as our flight on Friday morning took us to our next destination-- Singapore (one of my favorite cities in the world).

Catch all of you up once we settle into Singapore.

Our best to all of you, and let us know what you think with your comments!






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Suzhou

A travel blog entry by vwuertz on Oct 11, 2012

50 photos

... coming from above us. David gives us 15 minutes to walk the area, so we head up to an open air theatre where a show begins. Since it is in Chinese we can only surmise what is going on, but David tells us later that the show shares the myths, poetry, music, and stories of Suzhou. The actors/dancers are young men and women in richly designed costumes. Narration occurs first, then dancing and drumming. More narration occurs and the scene ...

Shanghai on foot

A travel blog entry by r.king on Jun 24, 2011

42 photos

... House of the First National Congress of the Communist Party of China. This is where it began. This area of town is very modernized with cafe's, stylish restaurants, boutiques and galleries. The Xintiandi is adjacent to a beautiful park with fountains and much shade. I sat for a few minutes to look at my city map, drink some much needed water and apply some sun screen. It was hot and sunny today. Here I found an information center and ...

Ridiculously convenient

A travel blog entry by frisbeemoose on Dec 02, 2010

1 photo

... a new outlet near where I live looks more like a place to bet on horse races/TAB than a scratchy vendor]. I guess that in some situations it is perfectly acceptable to have gambling)

I am convinced that 'developed' China is becoming one of the most convenient places in the world. This is no reflection on how easy it is to do things, but rather as a result of an explosion of convenience stores. Whereas in the rural backwater of ...