Dushi 118 Chain Hotel Wuxi Shuofang
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Anyway, back to HostelWorld..
All I wanted to so was check if they had applied a credit to my account like the guy promised on the phone last time I booked with them. Turns out they hadn't - but it took me a good 15 minutes to find that out!
First I had to try and establish which email address I used, which was easy enough once I remembered all my emails ...
Before we finally jump fully in the backpacking lifestyle, we rewarded ourselves with one last 5 Star luxary treatment at Timmy & Baran's.
Their palace style villa is a hidden secret spot, available on invitation only. A tranquile place, warmly, welcoming, just priceless! We were very lucky having the pleasure to enjoy their hospitality and are really gratefull to have made ...
... things sound like a butterfly on a lillyflower?
Anyway, we handed over the keys, closed the door for the last time from the outside. So here we are, on the streets with all we own in a few bags. The hangover and the slight alcohol breath from the farewell party the night before certainly helps to make this thought of being homeless an even more real ...
... its slightly too heavy.
THERE YOU GO
It makes no difference how many times you do it, it still is a very special feeling when you see all your belongings on one little truck driving away with no clue when or if you ever see them ...
... over the old canals, and the result is a pleasant walking street next to the water. It even had gondola, Chinese-style. We had dinner at Bookworm, a trendy bar in central Suzhou, which featured a very good English library.
Sunday in Suzhou - 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 ...