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TravelPod Member ReviewsPaiyunlou Hotel Huangshan
The bed is very hard in the dorms. About 2 inches of padding. The hike to the Bright Summit in the morning takes about 45 minutes. From the eastern cable car (Cloud Valley) it is a 2 hour hike. Decent restaruant but again ve4ry expensive for china.
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... was really good to get away from lots of people and enjoy the silence, having been in cities of millions for over a week it was great to be away from the crowds. We were also really lucky with the weather as it apparently rains 200 days of the year in Huangshan but we had blue skies and sunshine. This was also the first time I had been able to see the sky since I got to China as usually the smog blocked it out, this did catch me out so my neck got very ...
... work my way across the mountain to the west side and take the gondola down. I had thought the eastern part of the mountain was pretty but it was completely blown away by the west side. The scenery was indescribable. And the stairs cut into the rocks were often breathtaking. I took almost a whole memory card worth of photos (which in case you're wondering is approximately a ****-ton). I made it to the cable car with 2 minutes to spare before it closed for the night. Talk about a close ...
... extra attention. Breakfast is excellent, with local fruit, fresh baked bread, organic eggs and ham, and fresh made steamed buns. What a feast!
From here we drive about 40 minutes to Hongcun Village, which is a Unesco World Heritage site, and is also where Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon was filmed. We are in a small region called the Xidi region, which is famous in history for its beauty and special location along the river, at the base of the ...
... that they seem much larger. It is fun to learn about the significance of all of the various elements of the gardens, including the stones that were imported from over 80 miles away to symbolize a mountain backdrop for many of the beautiful scenic areas here. The 400 year old gingko tree is spectacular, as is the 300+ year old wisteria vine that covers a huge trellis. It is evident that both Japanese and Chinese families took incredible care in planning ...
... not too strenuous and we stopped many times to take in our surroundings, catch our breath and take a few photos. It was VERY foggy day.
Later in the day we ventured out again, this time walking down to the entry of The Xihau Grand Canyon - a 4km roundtrip. There were many pretty areas, but the fog hung around and the area’s full spectacle was unfortunately ...