Rui Hua Sheng Shangguan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... going for a little while, to keep the power supply up to our camper vehicles, Tilly and Skippy. It probably wasn’t a good idea for Andy to sleep in the tent because he has a cold, and with the clouds threatening, it was sure to rain.
The following day, after it had rained consistently all night, and poor Andy’s bedding and tent were soaked, we drove to an old village called Pingyao, it was snail’s ...
... located ATM at the west gate, as at this stage we had been obliged to borrow money from co-traveller Vincent, our Belgian financier. Syrup like we shuffled along our route; if avenues were arteries, this town was on the verge of several simultaneous heart attacks (ugh no medical reference!).
Mediaeval the architecture may have been, but modern indeed were the vendors' wares; modern, and mainly tacky. Felt trilbies with inexplicable stumpy ...
... is looking at crowds of Chinese tourists, and they come in their legions. This place is wildly popular with the Chinese and the infrastructure is here to support their needs, i.e. trinket shops with plastic swords and street food vendors galore selling such delicacies as mounds of internal organs and carts full of ham chunks ready for man-handling by choosy customers. It is not all gruesome, but if the thought of street food scares you, there are plenty ...
... the boxing coaches of internal and external schools to meet friends and learn skills by exchanging views. Gonzalo couldn't see any difference between the first two houses we visited so he got bored very quickly and refused to accompany me to the other ones. I had to admit that all houses were decorated exactly in the same way, however, I said to myself that I would probably never come back to Pingyao again so I should try to see as much as I could. At the same ...
... above the grassy roofs. For dinner we found a very atmospheric restaurant within the Yide Hotel, with classic and classy Chinese decor. Here we enjoyed excellent sweet & sour pork, eggplant with coriander and flat noodles as well as very good wifi. Wandered back through the packed touristy streets to our guesthouse for a fairly early night. Stayed at Harmony Guesthouse, Pingyao [T&J Rating: 2/5] Both Finished book - The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald [T&J Rating: ...