The Ancient Town Inn (Gucheng Kezhan)

Address: Jishan Alley, Xinyi Street, Dayan old Town, Lijiang, Yunnan, 674100, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Jishan Alley, Xinyi Street, Dayan old Town, Lijiang, is near Black Dragon Pond Park, Baisha Village, and Museum of Nàxi Dongba Culture.
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    Travel Blogs from Lijiang


    A travel blog entry by lisa_and_paul on Sep 07, 2015

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    ... alleys that wind up and down, and a lovely old square which has an old wooden theatre with stage over the square and a Ming era (about 16th or 17th century) temple.

    The town is on an ancient trading route, used for trading tea and horses for hundreds of years, and it has recently been restored. A lot of the old buildlings have been repaired and rebuilt, and it has been used in a lot of period films and TV series.

    On Friday, the ...

    Lijiang Old Town

    A travel blog entry by campy on Aug 20, 2015

    12 photos

    ... or whatever the correct English name is. By the way it is Sichuan and not Szechuan. The dish I took a photo of is my favorite, Yu Shan Qie Zi, which translates to something like eggplant swimming like fish (contains no fish). I'll be learning how to cook this and many more Chinese dishes this week as I'm living with my Chinese Mama, another teacher at the university I worked at last semester. She's just like ...

    Peaceful Shaxi

    A travel blog entry by lianerose on Jul 31, 2015

    7 photos

    ... t the actual market. I followed the crowds with big baskets on their back and ended up at the real market – which was a lot better. Hectic, loud, and stalls selling everything you can think of… from fruit to individual teeth (which they were then fitting in a chair by their stall). This market was only on once a week and there weren’t many decent shops for food here so people had massive baskets on their back that they would fill ...

    Of Bongos and Ukuleles

    A travel blog entry by turas on Oct 27, 2014

    4 photos

    ... Chengdes); another enterprise where from five to ten euro, one can eat about three small and massively satisfying meals.
    As we sit and chow down, my eye is drawn to a cook at a nearby stall, whose physiognomy is far more consistent with that of the Nepalese than the Han (disclaimer: I've only seen Nepal on the telly). He is not alone, although he stands out for being so alien. There are many others, and if I had a clue how to describe facial features I ...

    The gorge for leaping tigers

    A travel blog entry by frisbeemoose on Aug 13, 2013

    15 photos

    ... day, leaving off the final sections but still therefore seeing the best bits. The point with the path is that it doesn't trail along the river side, but rather climbs up the side of the gorge and only drops back down to the river about three quarters of the way to the end where it meets a road which does trail closer to the riverside. Thus, his advice was that it's just as easy to go to that point and then get transport back as to just walk part of the path and ...