Hong Hu Hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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Travel Blogs from Pingyao
... seven fire extinguishers and one hose. Like all the buildings in town it is built with a dark grey brick and dark grey tile roofs. Birds flutter through the courtyard chirping happily.
Our room was ready by 9. It consists of a small wet bathroom, a big traditional kang bed, and a strip of floor. Most of the floor is occupied by a chair, a table, and a chest. If we are both standing and want to cross the room we need to meet in the middle and ...
... on its own! Back through lively streets to bed, caught a snip of the film crew - this time filming a brief dance sequence- see video. Walked 7 K Saturday 27 September Up early for full Chinese breakfast, Sue using Mandarin with aplomb. Congee (rice porridge) - large bowl with ladle to serve Bowls of 4 different pickled vegetable condiments to put in the congee Plate of large Steamed buns Boiled eggs Black tea All for NZ$2 each! During breakfast, one of the (family?) staff ...
... hungry so we decided to have dinner in one of the local restaurants. Since we had read about a local specialty called "Pingyao beef" we wanted to try it. It's actually a cold dish (something like prosciuto crudo or pastrami) that can be found on the menu of most restaurants in Pingyao. The price ranges from RMB 30 to RMB 48. Our first Pingyao beef was very good (almost without fat parts) and cost RMB 32. We also ordered 2 bowls of rice (RMB 3 for each portion). It was one of ...
After arrIvIng from are 6 half hour traIn journey In PIngyao we got a taxI to are youth hostel. When we got there It was very busy wIth travellers comIng In a goIng. The women In charge was very abrupt but I suppose that's there culture. We got to put are rooms In are room whIle they where waItIng to get cleaned.
Day 1 we had just arrIved and went walk about lookIng at what I would ...
Pingyao is advertised as a medieval, charming, typically Chinese little town, and one of the highlights in China. These epithets always make me a little apprehensive, but this time all merits were due. The old town is about a square kilometer in size and completely surrounded by a high city wall, making it easy to navigate its maze of tiny streets. The good thing about Pingyao, as opposed to other similar so-called gems such as Lijiang, is that the old ...