Huaxiang Hotel

South of the train station square, Houma, Shanxi, 043000, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Houma

Adventures in Editing

A travel blog entry by nomad143 on Jul 19, 2014

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... speech? They focused on Portland’s climate for growing roses, the width of the roads, and how much people there like beer. Another speech I just opened came up in three different fonts and four different font sizes. Can anyone say copy and paste? My students don’t know it, but they should be thanking their lucky stars that I am going on vacation in five days and have lowered my standards (for the sake of my ...

Long Time No Write

A travel blog entry by nomad143 on Jul 07, 2014


... somethings. That's when we busted out the bottle rockets, and it's also when we started to draw a crowd. Up next were the sticks that shot fire...something we didn't know until later. Our guinea pig who set the first one off didn't point it up; rather he pointed it down the street. When it eventually shot off the first ball of flames, it went significantly farther than expected...right over some peoples heads and onto the top of ...

Next Stop - Shaoling Temple

A travel blog entry by tashatales on Jun 25, 2014

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... offered their prayers outside of the temple. It was interesting to see how a different religion than my own offers prayer and sacrifice to their god.

After walking around, seeing various monks, the monk burial lands, and the sheer beauty of the nature in the area, the group returned to the entrance to view a martial arts show, put on by the monks from ten temple. What a sight. The students ...

Straight on till morning

A travel blog entry by paulanddeb on May 16, 2014

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... the Kang Baiwan Mansion where the land owners and governor of this area lived. Think of it as the equivalent of a British stately home surrounded by its administrative buildings plus under ground vault for the gold and silver of the family run bank. Next stop was the Gongyi grottos, a collection of over 7,000 Buddha status craved into the hillside. Some two to three metres many just a few inches high. However before we got there we had to navigate some road works. If you ...

Longman caves and Shaolin temple

A travel blog entry by kathrynelliott on Apr 24, 2014

... the high speed train and as usual, were impressed by the amount of space the Chinese will dedicate to their infrastructure. The high speed train is quite new, so the stations are also new. In Xi'an, there are huge gardens at the entrance, and the station itself is huge. I guess that at Chinese New Year when everyone is on the move, it could be packed but it was fairly open when we were there. We got on the train and liked the seats - very spacious with ...


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