Tang Yun Hotel

Taishi Street East section , Hancheng, Shaanxi, 715400, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hancheng

Hua Shan

A travel blog entry by aarondewitt on Jul 15, 2014

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Two Tuesdays, two holy mountains! Only I took the cable car on this one, and it was more beautiful too. Hua Shan is about two hours east of Xi'an and is a holy Taoist mountain. It's pretty striking, with many peaks and sheer granite. Hermits used to make their 'homes' there, but nowadays has some Taoist sites and tourists traps. We shelled out for the western cable car, which was relatively expensive, but the view was incredible, and the time saved was worth it ...

Hua Shan!

A travel blog entry by carlabroad on May 18, 2014

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... breathtakingly awesome and I don't have the ability to do it justice in writing. Tomorrow I'll post a bunch of photos to give you a better impression. (As with last post, writing this from Hua Shan train station) At the train station, I had a nice dinner at a hole-in-the-wall place off the main public square. Another guy there eating dinner practice his English with me and payed for my food. Then ...

National Day Vacation

A travel blog entry by mikelinzmeyer on Sep 29, 2013

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Frank, Kidd, and I left for Huayin, a tourist city close to Xi'an after I finished my classes late Sunday evening. We were headed straight for Mount Hua, one of China's 5 stared tourist sites. We arrived by car at the entrance at about 4:00 Monday morning.

After eating a little breakfast we headed up. I went on ahead Frank and Kidd to catch the sunset at the first peak of the mountain, however I didn't arrive until about ...

A Way of Life

A travel blog entry by joyce10 on May 24, 2012

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One thing that struck me while living in small town China, is that their idea of a normal life is different to our western concept of normal. Doesn't mean there is a right or wrong, it is just different. These differences come through in aspects of their lifes such as their meals, not just what and how they eat, but other factors such as when the main meal of the day is eaten. School and work hours differ greatly. Chinese people are very family orientated, where often ...

Old Kung Fu Temple

A travel blog entry by mrewkowski on May 28, 2007

We arrived in Dengfeng in the late morning and caught a ride to Shaolin from a rare English speaking fellow. He dropped us of in the small town outside the temple. It was supposed to be a little village, but a new large highway was passing through it, and the main strip was full of large government English signs for hotels and restaurants. All the hotels were nasty and overpriced and the restaurants even worse. The entry into the Shaolin Karate temple ...


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