Rui Hua Sheng Shangguan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... water is unsafe to drink anywhere in China, the boiled water taps area a necessity - they are even available in the airports! Back to the train trip! The beds themselves were reasonably comfortable and the toilets had a pedestal rather than a squat, so that was good. The door to the shared washroom we had near us wouldn't close, so it was a very quick bird bath and bottled water for teeth cleaning. Greg and David slept in their clothes ready for a quick getaway in the ...
... the fire under the kang for warmth in cold weather. I have slept on kangs a lot and enjoy the amount of space I have. I much prefer them to regular beds.
Pingyao, though it is very touristy along West and South streets, is very much a thriving small city. Parts are renovated, parts are being fixed up, and still other parts are still living in the past.
A walk through the streets is strange for me. I begin to see other ...
... city wall. My bike's basket slammed into the short Laura's back because I did not right in time. We returned back inside the city wall. The ride itself was lovely and it was great to get some exercise.
When we were done with the ride, I went to get dinner with Miguel. We ordered pizza. The pizza was ketchup on bread, but it was not that bad. Later, the two Laura, Monica, and Lindsay showed up.
After eating, Monica, Lindsay, and I shopped around.
... favourite, 'Speculation is shifting'. They say the best meat in heaven is dragon, and the best meat on Earth is donkey. With heaven and dragons being all ficticious, I decided to give Eee-ore a chance. The priciest item on the menu, I was surprised to be served what looked suspiciously like spam, and nothing like the picture. Nevertheless, when in Rome, I dug in on the equine edibles, and not to my surprise, it tasted a bit like ham. Or, you know, ass. ----- *) Or possibly a labyrinth ...
... highly, and had strict taboos for family: no gambling, no drinking, no opium, no prostitutes, no more than one wife.
The last generation of family was forced to leave when the government situation made it unsafe, and most furniture has been destroyed or lost. But the buildings were still extremely ornate and impresive. The compound has been turned into a county museum for all of Shanxi province. Some buildings house miniature replicas showing life and ...