Tian Yuan Kui Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTian Yuan Kui Hostel Pingyao
Lovely little hotel in a great location, friendly and helpful staff, smart rooms and good food. Would stay again!
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... steel turnstyles that adorn the front of all sites worthy of visiting. It has sort of Disneyfied the place which is a shame.
There are 20 or so sites that can be visited with the purchase of a ticket which costs £15 (150RMB). As Leyla was sleeping I decided to buy one of these tickets. Not wanting to pay full price, I told them that I was a student and again produced my driver's licence as proof of student ID to get a 50% discount. Now even if you ...
Our last day is Datong was better than we had expected. We spent the day exploring the town; looking around the shops and climbing and walking around the city wall. The people seemed a lot more friendly than in Beijing and everyone wanted to say hello. Although the constant staring and sneaky photo taking of me (Kate) hadn't stopped they were sometimes polite enough to ask us for a photo - which caused quite a stir and at one ...
... To be above the ancient city and look across from East to West and see nothing but ‘Chinese style’ rooves and no brand signs or silver tower blocks was spectacular.
That night we stayed in our hotel, Pingyao is definitely not known for its nightlife and watched Braveheart, although the disk would skip a few times it was really nice just to sit on a sofa and watch a film, on top of that Mol and I had a baked rice dish ...
... away from the luxury of the Diamond Princess, with an army of staff waiting to serve us an array of food available 24 hours a day and look after our every need - even if four blokes sleeping in one room is still a bit cramped.
And the differences between China, Russia and our early destinations through middle Europe are many and varied.
But rarely have we swung so rapidly as the trip from Xi’an to Pingyao, which marked the start of the return ...