Zhouzhuang Tingyuxuan Inn

Address: No.9 Nanshi Street, Zhouzhuang Town, Kunshan, Jiangsu, China | Inn
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This inn is located in the Zhouzhuang area of Kunshan.
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Travel Blogs from Kunshan

Fly to Shanghai

A travel blog entry by lkglover on Aug 27, 2014

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... had turned a chocolate display into a Great Wall of 'Chocolate' (China) with the M&M characters dressed as soldiers. I noticed the Raddisson Sky Tower, so I wandered over and went to the bar on the 47th floor! The view was incredible. There was a couple of Philippino women singing Western pop songs in the bar which was fun. The drinks were expensive for China but there was free snacks so I wasn't ...

Bye bye Shanghai....

A travel blog entry by aarondewitt on Jun 28, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

On my first full day, I checked out the Shanghai Museum at People's (Peoples'?) Square, massive museum full of very beautiful and culturally significant items ranging from copper and porcelain vessels, coinage, paintings and calligraphy, and artefacts from the 'minorities', which is a term I'd like to learn more about. On the way there I stopped by a building which was once (and still occasionally) known as Ohel Rachel, a synagogue built in the 1920s, ...

Shanghai Spring

A travel blog entry by gregj on Mar 30, 2014

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... were also the latest accessory, BIG Canon and Nikon cameras were everywhere. My poor little Olympus suffered lens envy so badly it sent the battery flat. I made it to Pudong and bought a SIM and one month phone/data pack. It cost me RMB100 back in October 2012 and in March 2014 is was RMB280. That is inflation. Inserted it and was told My phone was not authorised to use overseas. I went to the Apple store to use the free WiFi and Skype telstra to see what was wrong. I ...

Dancing in Fuxing

A travel blog entry by kgratz on Mar 03, 2014

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... br> The sidewalks were full of groups of people dancing. They were big groups with boomboxes playing music. They were basically line-dancing, but to pop music or Chinese. On the next sidewalk, there was a big group of people waltzing. We walked through them, towards a fountain. Surrounding the fountain was a bunch of benches, with people sitting, old couples, and one man praying. Beyond ...

Destination 5 – Guangzhou & Shanghai

A travel blog entry by t-dot on Dec 31, 2013

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... that sight for a bit we started back to the hotel and stopped along the way to pick up some things for a mini after party that we decided to have back in the room. We grabbed all we could find there which was an inexpensive Chinese rice wine, some Oreo's and some potato cakes from the Netherlands (basically a better version of Crispers). We made our way back to the hotel and started munching. We called it a night around 3:00am.