Jingyuan Hotel

Address: Middle Section of Jiling Road, Huayin, Shaanxi, 714200, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Middle Section of Jiling Road, Huayin.
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      Travel Blogs from Huayin

      Mount Huashan

      A travel blog entry by msbell on Mar 23, 2015

      76 photos

      ... to Xi'an and dropped off the teachers. Then our guide drove us directly to a hotel dinner and show venue. The food specialty is dumplings and we had about ten different kinds along with many other appetizers. The dumplings arrived at about the third course...first was noodles and veggies, then pot stickers, then dumplings and more dumplings and all varieties. The show started at 8pm and was a dance and culture show all about the Tang Dynasty.
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      Hua Shan

      A travel blog entry by aarondewitt on Jul 15, 2014

      11 photos

      Two Tuesdays, two holy mountains! Only I took the cable car on this one, and it was more beautiful too. Hua Shan is about two hours east of Xi'an and is a holy Taoist mountain. It's pretty striking, with many peaks and sheer granite. Hermits used to make their 'homes' there, but nowadays has some Taoist sites and tourists traps. We shelled out for the western cable car, which was relatively expensive, but the view was incredible, and the time saved was worth it ...

      Hua Shan!

      A travel blog entry by carlabroad on May 18, 2014

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      Hua Shan was absolutely spectacular. Part of a tour again. (ugh. But the easiest way to get there and have a place to leave my bag while I hiked.) This tour was all in Chinese, which made the logistics part a bit nerve wracking but the guide did speak some English. Anyway, got to the North Peak by cable car around 12:30 and had 4 hours on my own to explore the mountain. I hiked first to the East Peak where I ...

      Mount Huashan

      A travel blog entry by chloecd on Oct 05, 2013

      16 photos

      ... I would walk there instead of on the slope, but with hindsight I would have probably stuck to the slope.

      After the first 3km the nice path turned into stairs for the rest of the way. Whilst some of them were nice, new, concrete, evenly spaced steps, others were worn through with age. It looks like they are trying to gradually replace them all, but with the amount of traffic up and down I imagine it will take a while. I almost preferred the older stairs anyway – the ...

      Holy Stairs Batman

      A travel blog entry by quest_of_a_foxe on Jul 16, 2013

      25 photos

      July 15th - Off to Huashan

      The high speed train went at about 274 km/hr at the peak. It took about half an hour to get to Huashan and when we got off there were loads of taxis trying to get my business. I figured they would try to rip me off and I knew there was a mini-bus that would take me to the main gate. I hopped on the mini-bus instead, which was 2 yen but I only had a 5 so it cost 5 yen (much less than a taxi). This dropped me off at the main gate, but I was pretty sure ...