- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Tangyao Hotel Linfen
Travel Blogs from Linfen
... gets out and it is all buddy old pal and smiles until someone said something and it seemed like it was going to come to blows. The guy who owned our vehicle arrived to handle it and we were on our way. It would be impossible for us to figure out whose fault it is when the rules of the road seem to make no sense at all. It is amazing that there is not a constant sound of cars scraping against each other in the chaos but it would just be drowned out by all the honking horns anyway. ...
... as she reached for her glasses and a cutting of a horse. The horse design is photocopied on a pice of paper, stapled to four sheets of red paper. As she pierces the photocopied sheet, she sends her razor sharp, needle-nosed scissors through the various layers while twisting and turning the sheets. It is not long until she finishes and proudly holds up the horses which celebrate this year of the ...
... ancient ' city. Strange atmosphere with buildings for sale but you can imagine in couple of years it will have a bit more going for it! For me and glen though, definitely a fun place to wander around, it reminded me of spirited away where they first turn up and the place is empty. After a brief introduction to Datong we walked for miles to find the bus station to eventually give up and get a taxi which was a 5 minute drive. Once on the bus we thought we were on our ...
The hotel here is arranged around a spacious, two-story courtyard with rooms all facing inwards. The lower level rooms feature large kang beds, while the upper are the normal Chinese variety which is to say they feel more like sleeping on a lightly padded sheet of stiff plywood. Great for some, not so much for me! A kang bed is a large raised bed built of stone or brick that would sleep the whole family. The kitchen fire would send ...
... roads with dirt fields and promises of new buildings. The city's historical success was as a merchant and banking centre. Actually, there's a bunch of museums in what used to be banks, one of which claim to have been one of the top 10 remittance banks of Pingyao. Rishenchang bank was China's first 'draft bank', and there's another museum for the first armed escort service ...