Lize Hotel

Address: No.238 Xinjian East Road, Jiexiu, Shanxi, 032000, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on No.238 Xinjian East Road, Jiexiu.
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    Travel Blogs from Jiexiu

    Pingyao

    A travel blog entry by lisa_and_paul on Aug 21, 2012

    ... grew less. But in the meantime I had a weird allergic reaction and came out in huge itchy weals under my armpits. It was very uncomfortable and almost put me off my big noodles. We got some antihistamines from the chemist and it disappeared as quickly as it had come, although whether that was due to the effectiveness of the antihistamines or just the poison working its way out, I don't know. It did seem a very unfair and unprovoked attack though.

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    The ancient world of Pingyao

    A travel blog entry by rootsandroutes on May 24, 2012

    13 photos

    ... 15th Century) town centre, with an imposing and complete city wall, and the next morning we set out to explore the town. As we emerged from our slumber, the squawking of mobile microphone devices rattled through the street outside the hostel, as hordes of tour groups paraded through the streets. Their tour guides' constant narration of their route was amplified by these almost indecipherable machines, full of hissy feedback and distortion. Such was the sheer number of ...

    Living ancient China in Pingyao

    A travel blog entry by rtwin9weeks on Mar 13, 2012

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... 20 minutes to walk from one wall to another we didn't want the ancient world to pass us by too quickly.

    We spent the next day discovering all the corners of the city, from above and below. Exploring temples, prisons, martial arts houses and China's first bank. Along the way we saw various instruments of torture - including the uncomfortable ride of a donkey with metal spikes on its back, wushu swords and an accountant's abacus. As the sun went down, ...

    Going underground & inspiration for Kung Fu Panda

    A travel blog entry by alexgrange on Jun 18, 2011

    3 photos

    ... Zhangbi Underground Castle. The tour starts outside the still occupied small village of Zhangbi in one of the temples there. Moving on into the town through the north gate in the rammed earth town wall, we came to more temples, one of which had an entrance into the tunnels below, but the Japanese invasion force filled in ...

    Mianshan Mountain

    A travel blog entry by mar-2011 on Apr 17, 2011

    6 comments, 10 photos

    The English couple, Cheryl and Neil, turned out to be very experienced travellers (they quit their jobs several years ago and have been travelling almost full-time since) and came up with a great idea on Saturday afternoon: to visit Mianshan, a mountain with Buddhist and Taoist temples (some in caves), instead of doing any of the standard tours on offer.

    It took several hours of research on the internet to figure out how to get there, with a power ...