Jinrong Jiayuan Hotel

Address: No.135 Yingzhe Street, Taiyuan, Shanxi, 030001, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Yingze District area of Taiyuan, is near Twin Pagoda Temple (Shuangta si).
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    Travel Blogs from Taiyuan

    Meeting with Team Members

    A travel blog entry by maheswaran on Sep 21, 2015

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    Had meeting with China Daily's Officials and Tourism Bureau of Shanxi with regards to Upcoming trips in and around Shanxi.

    It was pleasure to meet various nationalities along with me on the trip. We had chance to meet the Vice President of China Daily ...

    No more Howard, mmmkay?

    A travel blog entry by starlagurl on May 17, 2015

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    ... Oh you're a beautiful girl, you're the most beautiful girl in the world" and blahblahblah. I'm not gonna say he was fondling the poor thing, but it might has well have been. I wanted to barf all over the leather interior of the new BMW.

    "Howard she's terrified," I said as the baby started crying, and then he gave the baby back. He thought it was due to his unshaved face and I rolled my eyes, got out of the car and ran onto the train. Glad it was all over.

    Raise the Red Lantern movie location!

    A travel blog entry by starlagurl on May 16, 2015

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    ... more polite and thoughtful) just in case she needed to know there could be a better life than this.

    This guy was so arrogant and he also had a brain tumor, seriously, which may or may not have affected his judgment.

    After some extremely awkward conversation, Amy suggested we go for a walk along the river to see the lights. There was a giant illuminated dragon floating on the water for no apparent reason, but it was cool anyway.


    A Little Village - Dayu

    A travel blog entry by redtilly on May 02, 2015

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    ... ourselves somewhere to park for the night.

    It was an old mud and brick village called Dayu. There were still some houses occupied but a lot were empty and in ruins. We found out later that as the elders died and the young people moved away, the town was slowly dying. No different to little places elsewhere, I suppose.

    We were quite a novelty, ...

    Zàijiàn Taiyuan...

    A travel blog entry by wanderinwonder on Feb 16, 2015

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    ... chance to be a stronger, wiser, kinder more dedicated person.

    And I can happily say I have grown into all of those and more! Not only as an individual but as a spouse, I have learned and will continue to learn the true meaning of fortitude.

    Thank-you Readers for following us along this journey! The learning and growing never stops with us! Now get ready for some crazy adventure blogs!
    First stop: HK!