No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
Photos of Hongshanyi Inn
TripAdvisor Reviews Hongshanyi Inn Pingyao
Travel Blogs from Pingyao
... taxi driver (negotiating is pointing at a map and waving half the money than he is waving at you) we set off for Mian Shan. The signs were not good when after only 20 minutes we hit a snow storm and by the time we got to JieXui we were feeling a little nervous due to the snowy and icy road conditions..
We still had 20 Km to go, of which most were uphill, and people we starting to put on their ...
... in sweet sauce Tsingtao Beer, tea. Completed town circuit, walking the inner wall at street level in the rain. Saw wall repairs in progress to earth section using rammed earth technique - managed only one pic as they were sensitive about photography. Managed to buy us each a glass, insulated tea flask so we can take advantage of universal hot water to make tea when travelling. Dinner, Pot noodles and apples and Oolong tea, really! Walked 12 K Sad to be leaving Pingyao in the morning. To be ...
... city wall is considered to be the best preserved county wall in China. It's said that the wall was built between BC 827 and BC 782 in the form of a square, with a circumference of 6,2km. The average height of the wall is 10 meters. The base of the wall is 8 meters to 12 meters wide, and the top of it is 2,5 meters to 6 meters wide. The Pingyao city wall was listed as a World Heritage Site in 1997.
From the Gongji Gate we continued to the city center when suddenly ...
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 ...
... menacing. I figured they were more comfortable around Prof. Vinograd, so I decided to concentrate on the temple rather than the kids.
However, a few slowly crept back towards me. Some of the braver boys shouted "Good morning!" or “Good afternoon!” at me, and I responded appropriately and politely. At this point, I was pretty sure that was all they would do, and I left the middle temple to explore one of the buildings on the side. I went in and ...