Zhouzhuang Shenjia Inn

Address: No.39 Nanshi Street, Zhouzhuang Town, Kunshan, Jiangsu, China | Inn
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This inn, located in the Zhouzhuang 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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Travel Blogs from Kunshan

Parting Impressions

A travel blog entry by aarondewitt on Jul 25, 2014

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... with the wrappers or bags they come in, rather than discarding the wrapper and using their hands. (Though I have seen cases where this hasn't happened). Many people will carry their own napkins or wipes, or won't use utensils until hot water or hot tea has been poured over them. Often, people who want to sit on the ground rather than squat will put down newspaper. On the train, if the overhead luggage compartment was too high, they'd take off their shoes ...

Shanghai, China

A travel blog entry by tonyschindler on Jun 08, 2014

... after WW2? There were some Jews already in Shanghai and they assisted with the papers and approvals needed for the refugees to settle as "Recognized Displaced People". There was a Jewish news paper, bakeries and cafés, and even a Yiddish Theatre set up but we did not recognize anybody or names in the pictures. About the only time that our guide became animated was when Lee and I saw the story of the Pulvermacher Family with a photo of the now Pulver family. ...

The Dichotomy of Shanghai

A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky on Apr 28, 2014

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... it still consumes my life. While I am here, it is a nice way of looking at people and feeling like I still have a little piece of home. I never really find anything of value on it, so besides the feeling of keeping in touch, I'm only doing so on a very superficial level. Yet, being forced to be without it makes me feel a bit more lonely. I hope to feel differently about that within the two weeks that I have to go without. There were only a ...

Ready, Set, Go

A travel blog entry by davidwshih on Mar 28, 2014

... my flight to Beijing.

It must be a bad sign that you travel so much that even the Pudong Terminal 2 airport cart driver girl recognized me. Yep, its me again but this time not for work and actually flying for vacation!

One thing I think China can still improve on is their first and business class lounges. Its very blend and nothing to write home about. I settled in a bit to catch up on phone calls and quickly the announcement came over ...

Day 23 & 24 - Homeward Bound

A travel blog entry by kazrobaus1 on Sep 23, 2013

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... a bus to the tarmac and then climb the stairs onto the plane. In his haste to queue jump, a Chinese guy ran over Rob's sore foot with his bag, resulting in a blood curdling scream of agony, and a faaaarrrrrrque.

All the way home to Sydney, passengers were asking Kaz if his foot was OK.

Shanghai Airport presented another challenge as we needed to change terminals. After ...