Quanmei Yingxiang Hotel

Address: 200m West of Beilingpo, Cheng District, Yangquan, Shanxi, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 200m West of Beilingpo, Cheng District, Yangquan.
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Travel Blogs from Yangquan

Pingyao

A travel blog entry by richmiketrav on Sep 10, 2014

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... staring with curiosity at these 'round eyes' dining. Our guide, Yoyo, stayed somewhere else in Pingyao and she told us that outside the tourist season she interprets for foreign couples who come to China to adopt a child. In the morning she met us and took us on a tour of the town where no cars are allowed, but you have to be aware of the occasional electric golf cart, bicycle and scooter. The first place she took us to was the site of the ...

Zhengguo and Shaung Lin Temples

A travel blog entry by richmiketrav on Sep 09, 2014

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... that the government provide central heating for modern homes in Shanxi and they decided when the heating goes on and off each year but most heat is provided from burning coal. The temple was built in 963 but was added to over the centuries by benefactors. It was unusual as it contained many huge figures of buddhas, monks and disciples along with mystical guards. It had a rather dark tone for a ...

Kung fu

A travel blog entry by coralee on Aug 05, 2013

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... were amazing. Afterwards the Kung Fu master gave a Kung Fu lesson. Adam decided he would have to show he was stronger then the boys there so punched a concrete brick until he broke it in half. He left proud but with a very swollen fist, haha. The next day we went to Shaolin temple. We watched a professional Kung Fu performance. We then hiked up the holy mountain behind the monastery, up there was a nun meditating in a cave, she ...

Yangquan Travel Guide(Shanxi China)

A travel blog entry by china-landscape on Jul 30, 2012

... Loess Plateau in the mountainous area of eastern Shanxi. The terrain of the city slopes downward from the west to the east with the mountains as its main part of the land.
♦History: Yangquan is a time-honored city and gains its name for the five bubbling springs of former days in the downtown city. Historically, it was always a strategic point that commenced construction as a military fortress as early as in the late ...

Day 18

A travel blog entry by mick.ashworth on Apr 11, 2012

Day 18 The day started with a bike ride around the Ancient City Walls of Xi'an, I rode for about 2 hours. Wasn't much to see but seeing the size and effort in building this Walled in City was. Next it was a small lunch and a few beers with a few games of pool before heading to the train station for an overnight trip to ...