Linfen Hotel

Address: No.53 Jiefang West Road, Linfen, Shanxi, 041000, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on No.53 Jiefang West Road, Linfen.
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        Travel Blogs from Linfen

        Ancient China is alive and well

        A travel blog entry by roadthesilk on Oct 06, 2015

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        ... traditional Chinese house - two floors of rooms around a tranquil inner courtyard with an abundance of stone and wood carving.

        Pingyao is famous for its fantastically preserved, ancient (around 700 years old) walled city. What was great was that once we walked off the main streets with their shops and restaurants we then found the houses, lanes and lives of the several thousand residents living in preserved, traditional hosues.

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        Bifeng Temple

        A travel blog entry by starlagurl on Sep 27, 2015

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        I had some leftover eggplant from last night but I had no spoon. When I went to get a spoon, I found out there was free breakfast. I woke Alex up and got breakfast, but I was still mad about an argument we had last night, so I just left Alex there and went to the pagoda near the train station before ...

        Castletime

        A travel blog entry by starlagurl on Sep 26, 2015

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        ... for noodles first. I pointed at some that other people had and they were as delicious as they looked. They were in the top three of my favourite noodles in China, that's for sure. They called them chow mein, but they were unlike any other chow mein I've ever had before.

        Heading on out

        A travel blog entry by starlagurl on Sep 25, 2015

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        Alex made me lunch and then we went to the train station to catch the 3:20 p.m. train for Jincheng. It was packed, and there was even a drunken verbal argument going on. It was a short trip and I entertained myself the whole time by chatting with the lady beside me who was just coming back after a year living in St. Petersburg. Really interesting. I gave her my email so maybe I she ...

        END OF THE LONG MARCH

        A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Sep 12, 2015

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        ... something appreciably smaller but perhaps not appreciating the folklore status of the Long March to the powers that be. There were chunks of historic periods from the Long March through the ascendency of the Communist Party and beyond that were in English but the content was 95% Mandarin. I suggested to Trav for selfish reasons I wanted more English to get a better appreciation of what I was looking at.

        Thereafter had a chance to walk ...