Xin Xing Yuan Business Hotel

Address: Nanjiao Zhongxin Street, Economic &Technical Development District, Linfen, Shanxi, 041000, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Nanjiao Zhongxin Street, Economic &Technical Development District, Linfen.
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    Travel Blogs from Linfen

    Brian the blogger - blog No 2

    A travel blog entry by blogriffin on Apr 08, 2015

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    ... archery and hit the bullseye with my first arrow - the attendant applauded, others said she was only warming her hands. They were used by merchants to protect their money and merchandise transported around the regions.
    Finally the Shuanglin Temple - many buddhas, many many carved figures as protectors or benefactors. Then the bullet train at 200 kms per hour from Taiyuan to Zhengzhou to meet Charlie (Chinese western name - real name Lee), our next ...

    Day 10 - Final day in Pingyao, train to Xi'an

    A travel blog entry by elsabae on Apr 06, 2015

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    ... when your entire religious tradition, including burning grave money, is based on bribery!

    Like every other place we have been everything was laden with dust. I don't know if it is dust dust or coal dust - probably a combination of the two. But everything is filthy with it.

    After our temple fix we stopped for noodles at a restaurant with a Ming-era chef: the little round cap and a waist length queue down his back. The queue was a pinned on ...

    Day 9 - Wang Family Compound

    A travel blog entry by elsabae on Apr 05, 2015

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    ... everywhere. Every motif in every carving, wood or stone, has meaning: commemorating a past event, giving thanks or asking for future blessings.

    As you enter each courtyard there is a building ahead and one on each side. The building ahead is slightly elevated and is where the owner lived. Usually it had three rooms, stone, with vaulted ceilings. The rooms are not large. Servants and the family's children lived in the side buildings. Above the main house is a hall where ...

    Day 8 - Pingyao

    A travel blog entry by elsabae on Apr 04, 2015

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    ... vendors alone are fascinating. All it takes here to open a restaurant is a portable cooking apparatus, a few folding stools and a table or two, and a piece of sidewalk. Some are right on the sidewalk and some incorporate the mouth of an alley or the doorway of a courtyard.o

    We were quite an attraction ourselves. We did see maybe a dozen other westerners but were still a novelty. Teenage girls in particular wanted a picture with us. I'd notice a ...

    Stopover in Pingyao

    A travel blog entry by mattstanbridge on Mar 21, 2015

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    ... 300 kph (roughly 185 mph) and my hotel in Pingyao had kindly arranged a cheap taxi to the old town where I would be staying. I'd decided on a stop at Pingyao on other travellers recommendations as it is an old walled town with a little of old China charm. On arrival and weaving through the narrow streets with no signs I was glad I had the taxi to my hotel as there were was absolutely no signs in ...