Peony Hotel

Address: No.15 Zhongzhou West Road, Luoyang, Henan, 471003, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Jianxi District area of Luoyang, is near Shaolin Temple, Luoyang Museum, Guanlin Temple (General Guan's Tomb), and Ancient Han Tombs.
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      I'm Confused!!!

      A travel blog entry by kathrynmccormic on Jun 12, 2013

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... I am fairly sick of my limited wardrobe so won't bring a lot of that back home,
      Last night I was awoken by a motorbike outside. It was 12:30am and this guy was just revving his motorcycle up for some weird reason. He kept it up for about 15 minutes and it was right under my window. No one yelled out at him even though a few lights went on. Chinese people are very tolerant people and seem to put up with a lot of things that we wouldn't. I felt ...

      Slipped Up Again!!

      A travel blog entry by kathrynmccormic on Jan 14, 2013

      12 photos

      ... their message was, did I need a translator. But I think it should have been that the museum was just opened and wasn't worth the 40 yuan they were charging for entry. The funny thing was, a man came bounding down the stairs and said "Hello Kathryn, do you remember me?" No I didn't but it was John, who I met in the first week I was here and he showed me around Longmen Grottoes. He has a new job as marketing manager and foreign ...

      Longman Grottos & another long train trip

      A travel blog entry by twirlys_travels on Jul 12, 2011

      24 photos

      ... she told us (not sure I even remembered at the end of the day tho!). She was so much easier to understand and much more relaxed in terms of not marching us up about.
      She was extremely knowledgteable – just a shame my poor little brain can never remember anything when it comes to history!!
      We had to leave for a 3.30 train to Xi'an. Jess seemed to think there was more on our tickets and it's highly likely we've missed out on more ...

      17-03-09 (Day3)

      A travel blog entry by kwangelina on Mar 17, 2009

      ... others felt. Then we had a very official conversation and she left. What a big difference! She cried to death just an hour ago and she just left peacefully with a smile on her face as if we were old friends and we would have the many chances to see each other again. How dramatic it was! I did not mean to think that she was practicing her acting skills and was trying to attract the camera, I really did not mean that, but I just could not stop thinking ...

      The First Buddhist Temple in China N The Old City

      A travel blog entry by eddakath on Jul 21, 2007

      23 photos

      ... BC 2200 - 1700) and was once the capital of China for something like twelve or thirteen dynasties. After that the northern peoples moved the capital to Kaifeng City. Over a period of time **** happens and around the 1920's the cities population had dropped to around twenty thousand.

      The city was once the centre of Chinese Buddhism and believe it or not, it had over ...