Jincheng Jinjiang International Hotel
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TripAdvisor Reviews Jincheng Jinjiang International Hotel Suzhou
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... might prefer a cruise along the Grand Canal. Wanting to rest our legs for a bit, we readily agreed! This proved to be an interesting trip - part of it was like travelling along the canals in Venice being very narrow and having a number of boats travelling along it. People living their lives in full view of anyone travelling past - washing hanging out, cooking, relaxing, etc. We finally finished with the Garden of the Master of the ...
... at will (regardless of the traffic lights)! Billy is also a very competent English speaker and is very knowledgeable about the areas we are travelling through. There is a lot of construction being carried on - both businesses and accommodation. In some cases this appears to be both (i.e. Sleep where you work). One place Bill pointed out to us was where the government has offered new graduates free rent of business space for two years to get them ...
Trip out of Shanghai today to Suzhou about 80 km from Shanghai. 36 degrees so thankful for the coach air con. Travelled along the industrial corridor linking the two cities which was interesting in its own right. Lots of high rise apartment blocks for the workers and factories galore. All very intensive and looking efficient. Sub - text here seemingly - "Be afraid the West, be very afraid!". Certainly as ...
... Sebastian slept most of it. The beauty of running this poor child ragged is that he is pretty much falling asleep anywhere he needs to, regardless of noise, lights, sudden traffic stops, etc. – which is wonderful.
When we did finally arrive and were looking for the hotel that JP booked, my first impression was that we were no longer in Kansas. Suzhou was much more local "China" than Shanghai. I'm fairly certain we were the only white faces in site, and there wasn't ...
... to visit but I had yet to, so we included it on our trip as a place that would be new for both of us. We spent most of our time Saturday finding and getting settled into our hostel and securing train tickets to our next destination a few days later. Tammy wouldn’t normally stay in hostels, but she was willing to try during this trip as I explained that they are fun places in China, and unlike hotels, the staff in hostels always speak English. This hostel in Suzhou wasn’t ...