Xinya Hotel

Address: No.12 Xidajie, Pingliang, Gansu, 744000, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.12 Xidajie, Pingliang, is near Zhangshiyan Scenic Area.
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        Travel Blogs from Pingliang


        A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Sep 18, 2015

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        ... straw with Petulant to my left but studiously ignored making conversation. Chatted with Graham about Aussie sports and travels within Oz. Neither of us have visited Cape York.

        D+D were both squawking about beer and whether there was only one cold one. By the time it was cold, the meal was over so I passed [25Y].

        Back to the room to check the news, look at emails and finish the blog. It's an early start so bed shortly after 2100.



        A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Sep 17, 2015

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        ... adding to the memory. Walking the Great Wall in the heat further than anyone was satisfaction. Finding the Nine Dragon glaze in Datong was worthwhile. The same could be said for the Lotus Temple in Wutai Shan. The night markets were atmospheric and cheap meals. The views of the village at Lajiashan were great. For all their press, the terra cotta warriors were good but the quiet intimacy of walking in the Muslim Quarter plus the two Wild Goose ...

        Kongtong Mountain

        A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Aug 29, 2014

        1 comment, 31 photos

        The main reason for visiting Pingliang was to visit Kongtong Mountain which is considered one of the 12 principal peaks to the Taoists. After getting our tickets we took a mini bus up to the middle terrace of the mountain. From there you can hike some different trails to the small temples. When we were told hiking, many of us in the group figured it was over roots and dirt paths. Joke was on us as this was Chinese hiking which basically meant clearly marked paths made all of stone ...

        On the Road Again!

        A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Aug 28, 2014

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        ... know who will be occupying all of them. I know people from the countryside are moving into cities but if you saw the amount of these buildings going up, it's almost hard to comprehend who they going to get to live in them, even with China's massive population. The difference with this city however, is that there seemed to be streets with many lanes but little traffic on them. We had no problems crossing the street from our hotel to the supermarket ...

        Sacred mountain ..emperor meets God.

        A travel blog entry by glassmerchant on Jun 26, 2014

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        ... and nuns.

        The fit climbed up the very steep stairs to the top temples and hanging bridges. Those of us not so adventurous enjoyed exploring the central plateau, reached by bus, exploring the terraces, lighting incense at the temples, enjoying the views up and down the mountain and riding down on the cable car.

        One of the best days of the whole trip.