Beiguan Hotel

Address: The Parking Area, Outside of North Gate, Pingyao, Shanxi, 031100, China | Hotel
 
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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

... a Taoist temple, was next. It was nice and cool inside, especially in the caves in the back. There was some bizarre story about some footprints of a lizard and a bird walking side by side, aka a phoenix and dragon. Renovators in the nineties found these footprints one morning, while they were working on the new temple. They saved some of the footprints there on one of the beams, but I couldn't really see what they were talking about.

The last thing I planned ...

Day 9 - Wang Family Compound

A travel blog entry by elsabae on Apr 05, 2015

11 photos

... seems to be no practical application of the concepts of right of way or yielding. Whereas in the US turning traffic yields to those going straight, here everyone lays on their horn and goes at once, weaving amongst each other. Somehow it all works out.

New Zealand has had a recent influx of Chinese tourists (The Hobbit effect, I think) and is in the midst of a to-do because something like 50% of the accidents there involve Chinese tourists in rental cars. Now I understand ...

Pingyao, China's best preserved walled city

A travel blog entry by bogtrotter on Sep 28, 2014

70 photos

... Nearly all the shops and other businesses have traditional facades and most of the larger buildings open onto a courtyard at the back. Off the main streets in the narrow alleys one can see it is very much a living city, with piles of coal in the yards outside the houses, waiting to be stored away, lots of tiny shops and businesses and (mostly) quiet little dogs of what must be a local breed, sitting and sagely watching the world go by from doorsteps or trotting ...

China - Pingyao

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

1 comment, 88 photos

... gestures or facial expressions and it actually worked pretty well. China was also the first country where we were obliged to use "Point It" which is a small picture book given to us by a friend of mine before we left for our trip. Thank you, Hana, it did serve us a lot in China! However, speaking about the railway station it is a different story, especially when you arrive unprepared which happened to us that day.

Since both of us couldnīt make it to the counter (the ...

The stresses of travelling

A travel blog entry by jonnyanddonna on Oct 25, 2013

... beyond cleaning our undies at intervals no longer than weekly - we must procrastinate and stress about trivial matters.

Upon arrival in China we parted ways with the unparalleled cheapness of India and Nepal resulting in our consideration of dorm rooms (see earlier blog entitled 'old *****'). Booking accommodation knowing one is destined to share a room with an orchestra of rogue snorers, belchers and flatulators is ...