Jingyuan Guest House

Address: No.A3 Yongjun South Road, Datong, Shanxi, 037011, China | Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJingyuan Guest House Datong

Reviewed by jathomaz


Reviewed Aug 18, 2010
by (9 reviews) Aurora , United States Flag of United States

Loved it!

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TripAdvisor Reviews Jingyuan Guest House Datong

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Datong


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Sep 05, 2015

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... It was a nice spot but when you know next to nothing about a civilization and are under time pressure its overall impact was lost. Picked up Ahmed at one point, going in the wrong direction. He's a fun fellow but by and large keeps to himself.

Trav was wearing his Batman T-shirt today. I didn't really tell him he had left the Bat Cave, did I? There was a slight remake change to a classic by Elvis Presley re 'In the ...

Delightful Datong

A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Apr 06, 2015

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... temples had been given a much needed facelift during the Ching dynasty about 600 years ago, the wooden structure of the temples themselves (including the support beams) were all original. Just what we wanted to hear as we made our way up the final stone staircase before planting our feet on thousand year old wooden steps.

After our first few tender tip toes we got so caught up in the beauty of the structures that we cast caution to the wind and just enjoyed ...

Caves, Crowds and Car Parks

A travel blog entry by turas on Sep 30, 2014

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... of age. His 'designer' hairstyle, a preposterous undercut, was the first harbinger. In the space of twenty minutes, to paraphrase that ANZAC-sacrificing, Kurd-gassing, Bengali-famine-instigating genius of the soundbyte, never have so many been so abhorred by one so young. If obnoxiousness were a form of art, then this was its Blue Boy.
Where to begin? First spotted defaecating within noseshot of the queue, he ran into me and over my foot when done (a blessing he ...

Shanxi: Part One

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Nov 03, 2013

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The pictures uploaded out of order. I will fix the ordering later.

Day One (October 27th) (Sunday)

When I first woke up, I met Bill, owner of Munch, in my dorm lobby to pick up my order from him. He saw that I was wearing a light jacket and shorts and then warned me to bring a winter jacket with me. Bill said Shanxi was a very cold Province.

After listening to bill, I ran back to my room to get my winter jacket. Then, I ...

Hanging Monastery (Xuankong Si)

A travel blog entry by china-landscape on Jul 23, 2012

... Location is the first reason; building a monastery on the cliff could shield it from floods. In addition, the mountain peak protects it from rain and snow; and the mountain around it also diminishes damage from long-time sunshine. The second reason is that the builders followed a principle in Taoism: no noises, including those from rooster crowing and dog baying; so from the upper ground, all noises drop away.

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