Dongxing Hotel

No.55 Fuqian Street, Xiaoyi, Shanxi, 032300, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Xiaoyi

Ribena berry does not strike again ;-(

A travel blog entry by lilynomad

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... headed to the Confusian Temple (where a lovely French lady advised mum that over 60s get in free ;-( ) Looks like we could have saved quite a bit of money previously but hey ho, if it helps restore traditional architecture/culture it is worth it! I had to pay for a city ticket. I must admit feeling disappointed, not with the temple but the commercialisation of it. I really do wonder what Confucius would say regarding what has been to temples in his name?! I do ...

Red-lantern-hung-streets

A travel blog entry by aborder

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... to spend 12 quid and climb the city walls. Instead for 50 pence, I climbed the ancient building in the centre and watched the sun set on this peaceful dwelling. I was also the main attraction for many Chinese tourists, taking snaps of me, I particularly enjoyed watching little cats wander around on roof tops, looking for mischief or another spot in the sun to lie out.

I ...

Caves,the Yellow River &Golden Week/ Matera cinese

A travel blog entry by anna_e_mateusz

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... di Mateusz non vale una mazza).
Il 1 di ottobre e' l'anniversario della proclamazione della Repubblica(???) cinese che corrisponde al primo giorno della "Settimana d'Oro", 7 giorni di festivita' nazionale . Adesso, provate solo a immaginare i trasporti pubblici quando qualche milione di abitanti si sposta per visitare le rispettive famiglie...panico, esattamente, e' quello che proviamo. Restiamo bloccati alla stazione di Taiyuan per circa 7 ...

Saying Cheese in Chinese

A travel blog entry by mikeandsheila

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... to explore the town and get our bearings. every main road is an endless series of shops selling souvenirs, trinkets and antiques, as well as countless restaurants, cafés, bars, guesthouses, temples, mini-marts, street food stalls, barbershops, cobblers, massage parlours and anything else you care to name. We head straight to the wall and pay for the privilege of climbing up to the battlements. There are large tour groups of Chinese up here, each group led by a guide wearing an ...

Raise the red lantern!

A travel blog entry by dashagirl

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... Not the cleanest city I’ve been to. John thankfully had ordered airport pickup and we had a 90 minute ride to Ping Yao.

On the drive there were TONS of factories, coal piles, and everything was all very very dry. Once we entered the city walls it felt like we had stepped into a different time period. The roads were cobblestone, narrow and everything looked like it was hundreds of years old. I loved the look of the city from the beginning! ...

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This hotel is located on No.55 Fuqian Street, Xiaoyi.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding