Tai He Chun Hotel

Address: No.1 Yuhe North Road, Datong, Shanxi, 37008, China | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on No.1 Yuhe North Road, Datong, is near Hanging Monastery, Nine Dragon Screen, Ying Xian Wooden Pagoda, and Mount Hengshan Scenic Spot.
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Travel Blogs from Datong

Caves, Crowds and Car Parks

A travel blog entry by turas on Sep 30, 2014

17 photos

... explained that we thought we had ordered ten as opposed to fifty!! As we watched her enthusiasm and smoke fade we were full of guilt. Through employment of our best miming skills, we then communicated that we would take some, but not all. Luckily, she returned with a smaller potion of 16, which we managed to squeeze in. We paid up as soon as we could in the fear that they may try and feed us more! The cost of the meal, yet again, didn't reflect how full we were as ...

Ní Hao Datong

A travel blog entry by nicholas.napoli on Jul 14, 2014

36 photos

... into a random restaurant for dinner. The Chinese love the roundeyes.

7/17/2014

First Chinese train experience was a little disturbing. Our "hard sleeper" reservations were equivalent to Russian 3rd Class, EXCEPT the sheets in china are expected to be reused throughout the day. Gross. The ride was only a couple hours so it wasn't an issue, but on an overnight this would be ...

Spelunking, Part II

A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on Jul 01, 2013

53 photos

... open for perusal) in the area, and we explored as many as we could. They are just filled with carvings and murals and 400-year-old wooden furnishings added later and Buddhas and Boddhisattvas. Even though much of the paint had been worn away and chunks of rock were missing, the caves were an incredible display of sculpture and art. I would have loved to be there when they were ...

Yunang Gorge - Buddahs - Terracotta Soldiers

A travel blog entry by rebecca.mcneal on Oct 03, 2012

92 photos

... don’t get a chance to talk to people.

The China/Japan Diaojo Island issue is heating up around here. On arrival to Xi’an and on my first walk about the city I saw maybe a hundred thousand people milling around the main square. On closer look, a Japanese restaurant had been sacked and a Japanese car overturned. There were quite a few Chinese police hanging about. I decided not to be a watcher and came back to the hostel. ...

More stories about china

A travel blog entry by sabrina_berkamp on Nov 10, 2011

1 comment, 24 photos

... were crumbled of otherwise damaged. This made the experience feel more authentic somehow. Back in Beijing I decided to stay another night, so I could vist the Lama temple the next day. Although the temple unfortunately contains no actual llamas, it was still great. The architecture is already great but the Buddha statues make it worth it. Especially the 18 meter tall statue allegedly carved out of a single piece of wood. After that the confucian ...