Rui Hua Sheng Shangguan

Address: No.178 South Main Street, Pingyao, Shanxi, 031100, China | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Pingyao

    Southwards to Pingyao - What I've Learnt Thus Far

    A travel blog entry by davidavi on Jul 28, 2015

    113 photos

    ... I find and make in Shanxi province.  I reach Pingyao tired and in need of a few days rest, legs begging for a dose of vitamin sleep. A beautiful walled city, the crowds are easy to find, but not difficult to leave.  Backstreet alleyways and the brickwork that demands photo taking cause me to lose myself from the herds of Chinese tourists, dotted with the odd foreigner and the calls of commercialism.  Buildings hundreds of years old, yet to be ...

    Brian the blogger - blog No 2

    A travel blog entry by blogriffin on Apr 08, 2015

    1 comment

    Day 6 - 12,747 steps - Pingyao's walled city - tour of the bank (the first in China from early 1800's), ancient local government buildings including courts. Witnessed a Chinese magistrate bring down a verdict guilty, punishment a beating with sticks.
    And later a tour of an ancient security business, these guys were Kung-Fu fightin', as fast as lightin', in fact it was a little bit frightenin', and were trained in the lethal use of 18 weapons - I had ...

    September 9 - Pearls, Palace, train to Pingyao

    A travel blog entry by davidmuir on Sep 09, 2014

    7 photos

    Again, Mary wasn't feeling well and decided to stay at the hotel. We gave her some anti-nausea tablets and other medication to hopefully help. We began the morning with a Rickshaw ride. This took us through one of the Hutongs (basically it means narrow streets). We had a guide meet us at a number of spots to walk us around and give us an explanation of life in he area. Many of the original Hutongs have been pulled down and the people moved out to high-rise apartments. ...

    Datong and Pingyao

    A travel blog entry by selenaolson on Aug 07, 2014

    8 photos

    ... here have incredible tolerance for loud noises and lack of personal space between all the honking and yelling and pushing and bumping and jostling for position. The tour was another case of a place being ruined by the desire for mass consumption of rubbish. The waterfall had been taken over by concrete animals and fountains, along with stalls selling everything from souvenirs to mushrooms and long life meat. You could have your photo taken with the fake camel and tiger, take ...

    Shanxi: Part Two

    A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Nov 03, 2013

    147 photos

    ... ni de pengyou zhong guo ren ma (your Chinese friend)?" I quickly jumped in and said, "mei guo ren (American)." She asked about where my parents were from. I said, "Wo baba shi zhong guo ren (my dad is Chinese)." I goofed up to mention my mother and then the woman gasped, "ni de mama mei guo ren ma (your mom is American)?" I then said, "wo mama shi zhong guo ren (my mom is Chinese)."

    The woman went off saying in Chinese that my parents move from China ...