Ruilong International Hotel

Address: No. 1 Gongyuan Road, Xinfu District, Xinzhou, Shanxi, 034000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No. 1 Gongyuan Road, Xinfu District, Xinzhou.
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    Brian the blogger - blog No 2

    A travel blog entry by blogriffin on Apr 08, 2015

    1 comment

    ... archery and hit the bullseye with my first arrow - the attendant applauded, others said she was only warming her hands. They were used by merchants to protect their money and merchandise transported around the regions.
    Finally the Shuanglin Temple - many buddhas, many many carved figures as protectors or benefactors. Then the bullet train at 200 kms per hour from Taiyuan to Zhengzhou to meet Charlie (Chinese western name - real name Lee), our next ...

    Day 10 - Final day in Pingyao, train to Xi'an

    A travel blog entry by elsabae on Apr 06, 2015

    10 photos

    ... station is a long way from town. The station was closing down and staff was leaving. Finally one taxi showed up, I beat him down from 80 to 60 with about a dozen staff members viewing it all as great entertainment. We made it to our hostel about midnight. Good room, big, and a soft bed.

    FitBit for today: 21,717 steps, 9.34 miles. My knees aren't exactly happy but they are holding up OK. I have never been anywhere that is as peppered with stairs as China!

    Day 9 - Wang Family Compound

    A travel blog entry by elsabae on Apr 05, 2015

    11 photos

    ... seems to be no practical application of the concepts of right of way or yielding. Whereas in the US turning traffic yields to those going straight, here everyone lays on their horn and goes at once, weaving amongst each other. Somehow it all works out.

    New Zealand has had a recent influx of Chinese tourists (The Hobbit effect, I think) and is in the midst of a to-do because something like 50% of the accidents there involve Chinese tourists in rental cars. Now I understand ...

    Day 8 - Pingyao

    A travel blog entry by elsabae on Apr 04, 2015

    9 photos

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    The kang is a traditional brick platform about 2 feet high. Attached to it, either directly or on the other side of a wall, was a brick stove. The flue zig zagged through the kang heating it. During the day everyone sat cross legged on it doing their work and at night everyone slept on it. Ours is covered with a thick felt pad, a piece of foam about 2" thick, a thick quilt, then a bottom sheet. We each have a buckwheat pillow and a duvet. ...

    Stopover in Pingyao

    A travel blog entry by mattstanbridge on Mar 21, 2015

    42 photos

    ... to have a mooch around the modern part of Pingyao and again the pace of development is evident as acres of ground are being cleared around the walled town to make space for parkland and recreation areas, but some development seems very rushed and you wonder again if it's progress in the right direction? I'm still not sure, so my time in Pingyao drew to a close it was back to the station for my train South to ...