Tianlu Hostel

Address: No.15 Shaxiang Street, Pingyao, Shanxi, 031100, China | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

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

    Day 10 - Final day in Pingyao, train to Xi'an

    A travel blog entry by elsabae on Apr 06, 2015

    10 photos

    ... everyone bolted to catch the last subway train before it shut down at 11. We wanted a taxi and assumed it would be like Datong where you exited to a square and there were a gazillion waiting. Instead the taxi stand was in a parking garage and there weren't very many. They tried to grossly overcharge us (they are suppose to use their meter but turn it off). So we went back into the station but the last metro train had left. Back to the taxis and they had all left! And ...

    September 9 - Pearls, Palace, train to Pingyao

    A travel blog entry by davidmuir on Sep 09, 2014

    7 photos

    ... made from the soil from the lake). The whole area covers around 2.9sq kms. It has a long and colourful history, starting sometime in the 1100s in the Yuan Dynasty. It was expanded in the Qing Dynasty. In 1888 the Empress Dowager diverted 3 million taels of silver from the navy to reconstruct and expand the palace. Six years later was the first of the Sino-Japanese wars. China lost! We finished with a tour of a Buddhist Temple, the Lama Temple. This was built in1649 in the ...

    Datong and Pingyao

    A travel blog entry by selenaolson on Aug 07, 2014

    8 photos

    ... knew for sure what was on offer. After writing all about how clean and surprisingly unpolluted China has been, Pingyao has changed all that. The roads have deteriorated and there are coal mines everywhere belching out black smoke and creating dense smog. Everything just seems dirtier, muddier, smellier and more chaotic. After a few days in Pingyao we caught the night train to Xi'an to see the Terracotta Warriors and do the Mt Hua Shan plank walk which is tomorrow and not for the faint ...

    Shanxi: Part Two

    A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Nov 03, 2013

    147 photos

    ... shopping, I chilled in the two Laura's room since Anthony had the room key.

    The tall Laura and I were chilling outside of our hotel. A strange man appeared and tried to grab Laura's cigarette. She refused and then the guy left. So creepy.

    Later, I went on a bike ride with Miguel, the two Laura, Monica, Victoria, Ian, and Monica. Victoria was the first one to fall of her bike and Miguel gave her the shame speech. It was scary at first when we went ...

    Ass means donkey

    A travel blog entry by marrre on Aug 16, 2013

    7 photos

    ... the wall is constructed from soil, paved by bricks and stone on the outer side, but mostly uncovered on the inner. The soil had an amazing fall angle, the slope being 4:1 or steeper still. What the Chinese have in technical prowess, they lack in linguistic, at least when it comes to translating menues. Or maybe they do it on purpose, for surely there can't, by pure chance, be so many dishes with names such as 'Mushroom rape', Mobil oil eggplant', 'Clear cooks the bull's penis', or my ...