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... it open. This doesn't always correspond to my schedule. So, I frequently have to walk home the long way. All because someone would rather put up a wall than actually deal with the situation by say, stopping people that are not staff, and asking them to leave.
I came to the end of the wall and followed a tour group to the Confucius temple, a really old place, that was used as a venue for the Imperial Examinations way back in the day. One of the buildings, Da ...
... is one thing if everyone drives like this and expects it but it would be catastrophic in a law abiding place. New Zealanders have begun taking matters into their own hands and confiscating the keys of Chinese drivers who they see driving, well, in normal Chinese fashion. I'm sure the Chinese are as bewildered as the New Zealanders are furious. After today I have great sympathy for the New Zealanders.
It was an interesting day to drive into the countryside. Although I ...
... had particularly fine bas-reliefs either carved in stone or on tiles put together rather like large jigsaw puzzles mounted on walls. The Imperial examination hall was used for holding open examinations for candidates for government service. Lunch -Shanxi Sliced Noodle restaurant - opposite Friday's restaurant, near the temple, on West Street. Check out our sliced noodle man in action. Stir-fried 'Beef with a rotten son' (real name!) Stir fried zucchini Fried Shanxi ...
... a perfect restaurant for our late lunch. We were allowed to sit outside and observe everyday street life. We enjoyed our lunch a lot because besides the view we also managed to pick tasty food: sweet and sour with meatballs, fried dumplings and rice. We believe we paid something around RMB 50.
We actually forgot to mention how it works with the entrance fees in Pingyao. There is a combined ticket enabling visitors to enter the chosen gate tower (only one) as well ...
At 6am our alarms went off and by 6:15am the train conductor lady was banging our beds to ensure we were wide awake! The train arrived into Pingyao at 6:25am, with neither of us having had a great nights sleep given the numerous stops the train had made. Luckily we'd prearranged with our guesthouse for a free train station pick up, and sure enough a driver was there. By 7am we'd driven through an ancient arch of the intact old city wall and were dropped at our traditional Chinese ...