- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Tangyao Hotel Linfen
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... to endure four hours of nothing. At around 5 a.m. I saw some street vendors making their first batch of dumplings and heating up soup. Yes please! The dumplings had extra yeast, or had risen longer than other dumplings. I loved them with all my heart. I will definitely try to find them again, if I have another connection in Yuci.
At 7 a.m., I fell asleep in the warm sun radiating through the wall of windows in the train station. I didn't notice the time going ...
... going for a little while, to keep the power supply up to our camper vehicles, Tilly and Skippy. It probably wasn’t a good idea for Andy to sleep in the tent because he has a cold, and with the clouds threatening, it was sure to rain.
The following day, after it had rained consistently all night, and poor Andy’s bedding and tent were soaked, we drove to an old village called Pingyao, it was snail’s ...
... Kelly's get on some entry fees!
We have been having some problems with the warning light for low voltage coming on, on the fridge. The Redarc battery management system was showing 100 percent battery charge, but during the night the low voltage buzzer was coming on. After a couple of hours running and charging from the alternator, the buzzer still came on. At our morning tea break we rung Lee from Lockyer Valley RV who did the fitout. We had all ...
... many times during the previous days, we felt quite at home. We adopted a try local policy for breakfast and lunch, buying snacks for the train trip, finding delicious nuts, sweet pastries, a less than successful orange (it was a type of grapefruit), a form of churros (deep fried pastry) and a fruit drink of thick syrupy texture that Charles thought may have contained durian. It was ok. ...
... the sun got hotter Eliza and I got ice cream. I got banoffee and chocolate and Eliza got a weird banana one. After that we went to the cool underground tunnels. On the way there our driver was psycho, driving on the wrong side of the road and squishing between trucks and stuff like that.The tunnels were amazing, going 25 metres underground and only 6 feet tall and 1 m wide. We found out that they go for about 10 km ...