Jinbulun Hotel

Address: No.615 Xinwu Street, Zhangpu Town, Kunshan, Jiangsu, 215300, China | Motel
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This motel is located on No.615 Xinwu Street, Zhangpu Town, Kunshan.
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Travel Blogs from Kunshan

Urban planning and more

A travel blog entry by pembrokepandas on Jul 22, 2014

5 comments, 15 photos

After a very very late start today (thanks to the lovely Howie breakfast and also some gorge napping), we decided to go to the urban planning exhibition museum. Of all the museums we have been to so far, this one was by far the most informative ... A bit too informative actually as we peaked way too early on floor one and then by the time we got to floor four our brains couldn't handle it anymore and we just did the quizzes ...

One very long day!

A travel blog entry by chump-in-china on Sep 03, 2012

9 photos

... hard to remember. One girl just rang to say that she had got my number today and i could call her with any problems and we should go out for dinner and things. But i couldn't remember her name let alone spell it so shes in my phone as dinner girl, because we had dinner together yesterday!

Its melting degrees here, the time difference is sending me wappy and i'm still bagless! But its been an oddly good day! I am determined to tackle the canteen tomorrow to avoid starvation!

Financial District and Yu Yuan Garden

A travel blog entry by russpurdy on Jul 02, 2011

1 comment

... wild fire. It was crazy to see how much has been built in just 15 years. After the financial district the group wanted to go to Hooters for dinner. (an interesting choice, but nice to get a change from Chinese food). I have added a link to an album below so everyone can check out the pictures.

https://picasaweb.google.com/FRPSports/ FinancialDistrictYuYuanGarden?authuser= 0&feat=directlink

Organic food

A travel blog entry by sanjon on Nov 17, 2010

3 comments, 18 photos

... Jon doesn't care what durian tastes like because he can't get past the smell. End result is Jon refuses to open the fridge when there's durian inside. If you don't know what a durian is, it's a large spiky fruit with an interior with the texture of custard, and a smell like the entire contents of a Chinese grocery store left out in the sun too long.

Razor Clams: Seem to be another Shanghai speciality. The first time we had them, no-one ...

Don't look now, but I think we're being watched...

A travel blog entry by sanjon on Nov 12, 2010

1 comment, 8 photos

... looking buildings. They all seem to have been founded about 1700 years ago, and I think the bridges and buildings that we see today are anything up-to about 250 years old. I'm told there are some original 1000 year old buildings, but I don't know if that's really true - the Chinese use the same philosophy as the Japanese, when describing the age, heritage and originality of buildings - a temple that was built in 970, has burnt to the ...