Rui Hua Sheng Shangguan
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Rui Hua Sheng Shangguan Pingyao
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... kept saying "NEW TICKET!" to anyone who would listen, and everyone just said "NO! NO NEW TICKET!" I don't think it would have been so hard to say "This train Yuci", but no one did. And I just sat in the dining car, with no seat, until we got there. And then I understood.
I had 15 minutes to catch my sleeper train home. And I did. And I slept. And I got home at 11 p.m. after the buses are done, and I walked home for and hour and a half again. Because that's how I do.
... the padding makes it slightly softer than a piece of wood but definitely better than bricks! Having read reviews about Chinese beds I packed my tiny little camping air mattress just for occasions such as this!
This is Lizzie, while E is taking a shower in our luxurious (no tongue in cheek) bathroom. What makes it luxurious you ask? Dual heat lamps!! It's a little chilly in Pingyao. I'm really glad E picked this place. With all the rooms occupied ...
... but I fear I've already said too much. Big Chinese Brother is watching (and, he is watching, we just don't know to what extent he cares) but even more concerning is that these entries have to pass through a different kind of security...Louise.
China has been a communist state since 1949. One of the most visible indications of communism is the scale of things. Huge government buildings, widened streets, enormous squares and fast trains ...
... disturbed nights sleep. 10am came and went so I bedded down on the sofa and it was nearly 13.00 by the time we eventually got in to the room.
It was a dark and dingy seven bed room with really low ceilings, and the set up looked like an old school boys dormitory. We shared with three other Chinese people: two girls and a guy, but it was rather awkward when I said hello to the girls in Chinese and got a blank and almost rude look in response.
... to buy however this town is beautiful.
Other than a 1day trip out to a 1400 year old Underground Castle - which was pretty special - we spent our 3 days relaxing, wandering the streets, eating and drinking.
This was also the first time we had really encountered the "Western Effect". It's quite like the Lynx Effect where purely being a Western makes you a Z-list celeb with numerous photos being taken both of you and with ...