Tianlu Hostel

Address: No.15 Shaxiang Street, Pingyao, Shanxi, 031100, China | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on No.15 Shaxiang Street, Pingyao, is near Qiao's Family Compound (Qiao Jia Dayuan), City Wall of Pingyao, Wang's Family Compound (Wang Jia Dayuan), and Temple of the City God.
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    Travel Blogs from Pingyao

    Really tiring day in Pingyao

    A travel blog entry by starlagurl on May 23, 2015

    41 photos

    ... like going into hotels at random to ask.

    By then, it was 8 p.m. and I figured I should go soak up the night scene. Bracing myself for strobe lights and karaoke, I was a little relieved. There were still annoying lights advertising everything from foot massages to jewelry boxes, but it wasn't as intense as in Fenghuang etc.

    I had told a sweet potato fry vendor that I'd come back and buy his fries (seriously, they were the first ones I'd seen ...

    Day 9 - Wang Family Compound

    A travel blog entry by elsabae on Apr 05, 2015

    11 photos

    ... family. In reading the histories of individual families, from peasant to wealthy, it is really staggering how widespread and destructive opium addiction was.

    Our driver had dropped us off in the town below with instructions, relayed by the girls, to meet him at 2:30. Fortunately for us the girls had decided amongst themselves to meet us at the fortress gate. I had rented an English audio guide and needed to return it and retrieve a 50 yuan ($8) deposit. When I went to ...

    Pingyao, China's best preserved walled city

    A travel blog entry by bogtrotter on Sep 28, 2014

    70 photos

    ... the temples have generally been oases of tranquility with lovely, secluded gardens and silent chambers. The statues of the various gods are extraordinarily colourful, with very expressive faces. See the pics. We could not take pictures everywhere, the 'holier' rooms had ' no photo' signs and frequently vigilant attendants as well. The most gruesome room was a tableau of hell, accessed in the gloom behind curtains, and contains garishly painted sculptures of male and ...

    China - Pingyao

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Jul 13, 2014

    1 comment, 88 photos

    ... one person leaves the seat is immediately taken by another person. Letīs say the seat is busy all the way unless somebody misses the train. Sometimes people try to kick you out of the seat even though they donīt have the corresponding seat. In this case itīs necessary to act like a pain in the ass and always ask people to show you their ticket. Believe us, Chinese people can be tricky! As it was getting later the situation was getting worse and worse. In the end people wanted ...

    Health and safety

    A travel blog entry by jonnyanddonna on Oct 23, 2013

    1 comment

    ... t they stop at red lights?'. Soon it moved to 'have you seen how many people are travelling on that moped? That can't be safe'. It wasn't long before I was commenting on the positioning of ladders. What kind of lunatic would place the base of a very long ladder in a road full of unpredictable drivers and then climb without anyone to guard?

    Since we've arrived in China I'm committing more time to my observations. By far the most ...