Suzhou Yuhu Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... was a very pleasant spot that lived up to its name. There was a great pool area and a very large bonsai section with some VERY old trees - all very beautifully trimmed. Billy again ordered us a great selection of food at one of our designated included meals. Once again, we were pushing to get through the great range of dishes. For some reason four gardens had been slotted into our itinerary and Billy decided this was too much and ...
... tour of the water town was very interesting - a Chinese version of Venice (complete with 'gondolas'). There are lots of narrow alleyways (with a souvenir shop or eatery in every available space). Billy gave explanations of the uses of various rooms in the residence we visited. He also gave selections and did a great job of ordering lunch for us. We had a bit of a free time to wander around before heading off to Suzhou. Before we did, he offered the free ...
... Su Laoshi for teaching me bus stop! Mike relieved to find me safely with the bus but heartbroken that the ice cold Diet Coke he had managed to procure for me from the cafe I couldn't find had succumbed to the 36 degree heat. Have asked Mike not to lose me again! Government silk factor interesting but not as good as the rickshaw ride through the old streets. Mike a bit wary and feeling guilty ...
... out, we were led to the silk factory. Even if it was a ploy to sell us silk, it was totally worth it (plus it was air conditioned and inside). We were treated to a lesson in silk making, including differentiating real from fake, which brought us all the way from silkworm cocoons to the silk shirts, nightgowns, sheets, etc. Chad got a snazzy new shirt, real silk of course, to kick off the 40th birthday celebration.
Sebastian slept all the way through the factory and ...
... cleanest or most organized hostel I’ve ever stayed at, but the price was right and the location was great. Just around the corner from the hostel was a small street full of little eateries where we got fried dumplings and bread for breakfast the next day. Then it was just a short walk to the Suzhou silk museum. All museums in China are free, which is nice, and this one was quite good. They had live silkworms and old working looms that people were actually working with. Then ...