Huaxiang Hotel

Address: South of the train station square, Houma, Shanxi, 043000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on South of the train station square, Houma.
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    Travel Blogs from Houma

    From Xi'An to Luoyang Longmen

    A travel blog entry by robgizzy on Oct 27, 2014

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    ... they had to give us an upgrade to a suite. Well, if they have to then we just will have to accept it! :-) The Longmen Caves: it was quite a walk to reach the first cave but they are impressive! Just to give you an idea - there are 1,350 caves, 750 niches and 40 pagodas which house 110,000 statues carved out of the limestone. Three of the caves - called Bingyang had 800,000 men working on them and it took 23 years ...

    An Eye Opener

    A travel blog entry by nomad143 on Oct 04, 2014

    2 comments

    ... some people can say it’s not such a big deal. Unfortunately, I have been in worse situations, so it’s true that it isn’t the biggest deal. What is a big deal is the feeling of violation and anger that lingers. It stirs up the knowledge that we live in a mans world where too many men are happy to take what they want because when they see women they see not people, but objects there for their pleasure. What men ...

    Day 5 LuoYang to Shaolin Temple

    A travel blog entry by petersentrips on Sep 19, 2014

    16 photos

    ... to the Temple where we saw many different statues and monuments with many Monks walking around the courtyards. We were treated to a half hour Kung Fu show which was pretty spectacular. Students from all around the world as well as many Chinese come here to study the Kung Fu lifestyle and train in martial arts.The scenery was beautiful in amongst large mountains. From there we walked to the Pagoda Forest where 2000 Monks have been buried over hundreds of ...

    Day 4: Xian to Luoyang

    A travel blog entry by warrendichina on Sep 18, 2014

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    ... 500 years for the carvings to be made then they were all stolen and destroyed in Cultural revolution or by farmers depends who you believe the guide or lonely planet. Then they took us to another government shop where they taught you to cut out a butterfly from paper. Warren refused to go inside and I got the giggles watching these old men on the tour struggling with scissors etc .everyone else thought it was great! I New guide who is a little frantic and stressed and ...

    Leapfroggers and Leapfrogees

    A travel blog entry by alleifer on Sep 03, 2014

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    ... class and economy arrangements. It doesn’t really matter all that much - the service, the comfort, the friendliness, the ability to find help in English is utterly amazing to me. All of this in 22 years! It is a total transformation. Throughout China and Hong Kong we see modern banking and telecommunications, organized urban centers, and middle class Chinese tourists. We feel very safe walking on the streets, even late at night, ...