Datong Business Hotel

Address: No.254 Zhongtian Street, Datong, Shanxi, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.254 Zhongtian Street, Datong, is near Hanging Monastery, Nine Dragon Screen, Ying Xian Wooden Pagoda, and Mount Hengshan Scenic Spot.
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        Travel Blogs from Datong

        Relaxing day of temples

        A travel blog entry by starlagurl on Sep 13, 2015

        22 photos

        ... I talked with them for a while, before heading back to the hostel for more water and lotion for my parched skin. I laid down on the bed and couldn't get up for about two hours. Oh no.

        I found a place on Trip Advisor for lunch, which seemed like a Shanxi noodle place. I followed the map, but unfortunately, it turned out to be a normal fast food chain. The people who had gone before hadn't bothered to read any of the signs, they ...

        Delightful Datong

        A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Apr 06, 2015

        33 photos

        ... thousand miniature Buddha statues on display as well as a few original and some reproduction statues to represent ones used in the past. It was really something to see so many unique statues and a very impressive collection to say the least!

        After finishing up at the Huayan Temple we headed just a few blocks away to visit our final stop for the day in Datong, the Nine Dragon Screen Wall. Screen walls were commonly used in royal and regal houses throughout ...

        Caves, Crowds and Car Parks

        A travel blog entry by turas on Sep 30, 2014

        22 photos

        ... west were noticeable (or at least so when 'Michael' described them); the real outlier was a curly-haired Caucasian version, that immediately evoked images of the mighty Macedonian. The most interesting cave would appear to be that which depicts a heavenly orchestra, in full swing, under the command of a red-trousered conductor; unfortunately it is currently being restored; the best we could manage was gazing plaintively at the images on the hoarding.
        The rain was ...

        Coal Capitol of China

        A travel blog entry by spencerwynn on Jul 28, 2014

        4 photos

        ... to trip me! As I walk, it is obvious not many westerners wander these parts. I am used to being stared at in big cities. But in more remote areas the stares are longer, the curiosity more intense. These are stares of wonder. Wondering what I would be doing here when there are shiny store fronts and street music to entertain travellers from away.

        The noodle shop has a line that spills outside which bodes well and ...

        Spelunking, Part II

        A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on Jul 01, 2013

        53 photos

        ... in use. The acoustics were fantastic, and I can't imagine how chilling it would be to hear hundreds of voices singing chants.

        The only slightly irritating part of the day was the rain. We used our raincoats and umbrellas and started off stepping carefully around puddles, but the weather had other ideas. It absolutely poured. Buckets and buckets of rain hosed us down. By ...