Tong Tai Mao Folk Hotel

Address: No.63 Mingqing Street, Gutao Town, Pingyao, Shanxi, 031100, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on No.63 Mingqing Street, Gutao Town, Pingyao, is near Qiao's Family Compound (Qiao Jia Dayuan), City Wall of Pingyao, Wang's Family Compound (Wang Jia Dayuan), and Temple of the City God.
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    Travel Blogs from Pingyao

    Old Old-Style City

    A travel blog entry by turas on Oct 04, 2014

    13 photos

    ... late to wish that away; nevertheless I commemorated the two million 'Yes' toadies, via the paltry amount of alms given to these Yingy-Yangy freeloaders.
    The temple faithfully echoes the layout of those of Buddhism, the sole distinction being the identities of those depicted in the trio of statues (i.e., not Buddha) in each hall. Instead a variety of monks and rulers, from history and legend, are portrayed. Dating back as far as the Tang dynasty, ...

    September 10 - City Wall and AncIent Buildings

    A travel blog entry by davidmuir on Sep 10, 2014

    11 photos

    ... CYN70." About 10 minutes later we arrived at the hotel. The manager came out and made us carry the bags so that the wheels on the cases on the cobblestones wouldn't wake the people. We managed to get ourselves booked in, but, as there were no rooms ready, we had to sit in the dining area until 7, when they started to serve breakfast. A bit after 7, David rang Joseph, as his was the only number we had for the tourists company. Many apologies and a ...

    Pingyao

    A travel blog entry by sammy_moore on May 18, 2014

    3 comments, 40 photos

    ... A lovely Chinese boy introduced himself, first as a very complicated name but then told us we could just call him Chris- lol. He was a student, practising his English and thought we looked like we needed some guidance and also helped us to exchange our bus tickets for the next day. We waved goodbye to Chris and walked to the train station to get tickets to Xian for two days time, but you unfortunately need ID and Rach had kept her passport safe in the hostel. ...

    Pinging in Pingyao

    A travel blog entry by joeandemtomai on Sep 13, 2013

    18 photos

    ... bring their noodles and snacks on the train and their portable tea bottles (instead of carrying around take away coffee or a water bottle like Westerners, Chinese ALL carry these thick plastic bottles with handles and their tea leaves in it and just top up the hot water all day! It's really cool!

    I eventually climbed up to my top bunk after people watching for an hour or so and being very ...

    "Rocky Loves Emily"

    A travel blog entry by mobbys_travels on Jul 11, 2013

    8 photos

    ... br> discomfort in his stomach. We were between sleeping and groaning about the
    mattress till about 4:30 am.



    In the morning we awoke, startled and a bit
    grumpy after a poor nights rest and poor Matt’s stomach was showing no sign of
    easing up! We made a few new friends that morning including Kate and her
    husband, originally from England, who work in Beijing and make 30 pounds an
    hour as private teachers! Mel a Netherlands lad joined us ...