Hongqi Grand Hotel
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... the China-Japan war. He is revered here and with that, Canadians get a nod and smile everywhere they go in China. It is a responsibility to keep Norman's good deeps and name intact as a traveler from Canada!
After noodles and a walk home the the Home Inn which includes posing for more photos with curious locals, one wanting me to hold their 5-month old baby for a photo, I settle for the night and a final push to Taiyan the next ...
... during the Japanese invasion but couldn't be restored.
Yungang Grottoes, one of the three major cave clusters in ...
... were drilled into the statues, filled with straw, and covered with clay. This gave a smooth surface for the paint to adhere to the statues.
We visited the oldest of only three 9-Dragon screens in China. It was built for the thirteenth son of Zhu Yuanzhang, the first Emperor of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), has been well preserved and remains intact to this day. It is made up of 426 specially-fired ...
... It seems there are terrible roads between here and Chengdu. Thus, we had to cancel Chengdu from the itinerary. Instead, we are now planning to go to Luoyang next - home of the famous Longman Caves. After that, I will need to return to Beijing for my flight home. As for yesterday activities, we went to the Shaanxi History Museum. It is one of China's finest museums and was nice even though major parts are under ...
... us the the 'big' bus. Try as I might, I couldn't find out where this 'big' bus started from. So tomorrow's trip will be an adventure from the get go. The only other unusual thing I did today was get a body massage. It cost Y50 for 65 minutes. Although it was well worth the roughly $6.75 it cost, it was a rather poor massage. The girl was too busy talking with her friend to do a good job. I hope to have the opportunity back ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHongqi Grand Hotel Datong
It is a good hotel for tourist, sleep in there and dream of their next trip.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.