Li Ze Yuan International Hotel

No.140 Shun Cheng Road, Pingyao, Shanxi, 031100, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pingyao

Datong and Pingyao

A travel blog entry by selenaolson on Aug 07, 2014

8 photos

... I have says Datong is "gritty, polluted and unattractive" but I have to say, it was anything but with clean streets, organized traffic and wide boulevards. It didn't seem overly polluted and it wasn't until we were on our way out to the caves at the end of the day that we saw the coal operations. They were ugly but they did not dominate the landscape of the city at all and had we known it was actually quite nice, we probably would have settled in for a couple of days. We caught the ...

Arrival in the Walled city of Pingyao

A travel blog entry by minimalbruno on Sep 01, 2013

9 photos

... br> sucks... quite dangerous for a traveler like me ha ha), but after a good walk of 15min I found myself in front of one of the entrance gates of the ancient town of Pingyao. According to
Chinese standards Pingyao is a village, not even 1 million inhabitants. I searched
my way thrpugh the narrow streets and finally, after good 35min I found the
hostel. I was releived to sit down and getthat
big backpack of my back. I felt (and still feel at ...

South Africa - The Late Edition

A travel blog entry by bruceandtara on Jun 20, 2013

5 comments

... so thank you Mark, Jess and Craig! The next morning me and Bruce went for breakfast with everyone before heading to his Uncle Gabby and Aunt Norma's house. It was great to catch up with them and we had a lovely braai lunch with them. It was lovely to see Kayleigh and Brad too. From Durban me and Bruce travelled to the Drakensburg mountains where we stayed in a lovely little rondarvel in a place called Inkosana lodge near Champagne Castle. We had a great few days walking in ...

The sleeper train to Pingyao

A travel blog entry by ginanao on Jun 05, 2013

2 comments, 5 photos

... of) backpackers. The announcement that we could board produced the usual "china rush" with everybody forming the most un-orderly queue around the single boarding gate. Once through the gate we made our way onto the platform and onto the train. The train looked like some sort of soviet soldier transporter, with hard and soft chairs at the front and the sleeper carriages at the back. Our carriage was a hard sleeper which means there are 15 rows ...

Pingyao, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Town.

A travel blog entry by fromthemill on Oct 21, 2012

10 photos

... venturing out to the bar for supplies and to be chatted at by a lovely, well travelled Mexican nurse called Antonio. We were always going to Xi'an next to see the Terracotta Warriors but, our experiences of Beijing and Pingyao have left us craving oxygen so maybe the far south beckons us sooner rather than later? So sadly Pingyao didn't live up to our expectations of a fully functional mini Forbidden City and it didn't deliver the promises of the guide book. ...