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We arrived in Yannan quite late in the afternoon but with enough time to go and visit the Revolutionary Museum, an impressively large building, and the Wangjiaping Revolutionary Headquarters where Mao and Co. lived and worked in the late 1940s. We saw the rooms where he and Zhou Enlai lived which I was impressed by. The museum ...
... act to avoid stripping my skin. But, at least it was hot. Pingyao is lovely. It is an old city inside a 4km long wall. It is a shopping tat dream, interspersed with food stalls selling tempting looking food and snacks, museums and temples. Pingyao was the banking capital of China and it claims to be where the first cheques were used. ...
... contrast from one side of the motorway to the other: rural one side, huge coal mine the other. There were many mules and carts being used as well as small motorised carts. In keeping with the busy Golden Week theme, we hit traffic when we got to the outskirts of Pingyou. However, we weren't too long and got parked up and then walked to our accommodation, whilst our luggage ...
This is where it all began for the bankers of the world. Some of the guys were sitting around the city gate and thought there could be money in money. Truly, a solid gold idea. So they invented banking, cheques, minted coins and hired enough armed thugs to move it around thousands of kilometres. Turned out to be profitable.
Part of what is done in Pingyao is touring the ancient banks and their subterranean vaults as well as the plethora of ...
... 100 on the 20 minute walk from the station. They have their own local breed, a bit like a corgi. The people of Pingyao take the same approach to dog owning as the people of Britain did 40 or 50 years ago. The dogs roam free, eat whatever they can scavenge, **** wherever they like, fight and screw each other as they like. To be clear I'm not saying this is how the British people behaved 40 or 50 years ago, although, have you ever been to Newcastle? It's how ...