GreenTree Inn Suzhou Wuzhong Business Hotel
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First stop for the day was near the only portion of the original ancient wall that surrounded Suzhou. A short walk to where we boarded boat for our cruise along the large canal and then through the smaller canals for which Suzhou was known as the "Venice of the east".
Suzhou is a network of canals and bridges with ...
... all those things from the 'big warehouse in the sky'! Lunch was at a local restaurant with food being selected by Martin. I didn't take any photos as it was very crowded and the food came out very fast. The pork dish was particularly delicious. Slow-cooked shanks with the meat just falling off the bone. Also water bamboo cut into chips and steamed with a tasty sauce. Some free time after lunch for retail therapy before back on the ...
... old machinery plus no Heath and safety. Finally we stopped off at a Chinese garden. Much of this was based around ponds with lotus plants growing in them. Unfortunately they flower around July but we did spot one lonely left over flower! There were painters everywhere capturing the beauty of the garden. Thankfully I managed to avoid getting bitten by insects. I have been bitten everyday since we arrived in China, my Welsh blood is obviously a rare ...
... the internet though of some dodgy Suzhou backstreet where the Chinese show off how good they are at combining cars and maths? That's what I was thinking as two cars headed towards each other down a narrow alley I had wandered into during my Great Walk of Suzhou. Neither was slowing down so I assumed that both drivers had assessed the other person's car, recalled the model's stated width from their memory banks, assessed the width ...
... they were really expensive though!) which you could watch them stretch out and fold the lolly batter (what do you even call that?) so when they cut it, the lollies would have tiny patterns and shapes in it, the usual shops that sold touristy things and ice cream shops. As we were walking we could see people with all these really cool ice creams and of course we had to have one. I can’t remember the name of the shop that we decided on but they had specialised waffle ...